Discussed on today’s show is how the Packers shuffle their lineup with Evan Dietrich-Smith out with a knee injury.
Credit goes to a Green Bay Packers offensive line that’s providing Titletown with some of its best play in years.
Mike McCarthy wants to go “old-school” with his offensive line this year, rearranging and settling them into one position. Versatility is great, but protecting Aaron Rodgers’ noggin is far more important.
In the worst-case scenario for Marshall Newhouse, he becomes the year’s biggest surprise cut during training camp.
Bryan Bulaga spoke publicly for the first time since being informed he would move to left tackle. That and more in today’s Daily Links…
Bryan Bulaga and Josh Sitton are moving to the left side of the offensive line. Brian Carriveau asks, “What took so long?”
Pro Football Focus ranked the offensive line of the Green Bay Packers at No. 21 overall in their season rankings for 2012-13.
According to offensive coordinator Tom Clements, the Packers won’t be making any changes on the offensive line. That and more in today’s Daily Links…
The Packers travel to Cincinnati to take on the Bengals in the important third game of the preseason schedule. We give you five things to potentially watch in Thursday night’s contest.
In a best-case scenario, Josh Sitton and T.J. Lang are among the best young guards in the NFL, but in the worst-case scenario, age catches up with Jeff Saturday and he performs below expectations.
Andrew Garda is back with some camp news from the Jets, Dolphins, Jaguars, hold outs, offensive lines and mistaken identities.
As part of our pre-training camp position breakdown, we take an in-depth look at the Packers offensive line.
The seventh-round draft choice from Florida State got the opportunity to practice with the first-string offense this week.
The 2010 first-round draft choice isn’t fretting over the fact that he hasn’t been moved to left tackle. The right side suits him just fine.
The sooner the Packers shift Bryan Bulaga over to left tackle, the more time he’ll have to learn the position before the 2012 season begins.
Ohio State offensive tackle Mike Adams is an extremely talented athlete with several off-the-field red flags that make him question mark as a first-round target of the Green Bay Packers.
Speaking from the NFL owners meetings earlier this week, McCarthy gave quick updates on the rehab progress of three injured Packers.
According to Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, head coach Mike McCarthy said he anticipates the veteran left tackle will play.
The Packers head coach told reporters this afternoon that he wants to see left tackle Chad Clifton play against the Detroit Lions to determine whether the veteran can help the team during the playoffs.