An injury to Evan Dietrich-Smith could have a ripple effect on who plays on the right side of the Packers offensive line.
Credit goes to a Green Bay Packers offensive line that’s providing Titletown with some of its best play in years.
Nathan Jahnke of ProFootballFocus.com helps Railbird Central take a look at how the Packers overcome injuries on the offensive line.
The rookie left tackle of the Packers held Allen without a sack on Sunday evening as Green Bay rolled to victory.
Marshall Newhouse and Derek Sherrod are waiting in the wings if Don Barclay can’t stop opposing pass rushers from harassing Aaron Rodgers.
Mason Crosby, the Packers defense and the offensive line all had impressive performances from Sunday’s victory over the Lions.
On the Packers’ unofficial depth chart listed on their website, Greg Van Roten is still listed as the team’s backup, or second team, center despite Van Roten set to miss a couple weeks with a foot sprain suffered at practice on Monday of this week. In the aftermath of Van Roten’s injury, the Packers have [...]
After a terrible showing against San Francisco in Week 1, the Packers starting guards improved tremendously versus Washington in Week 2.
Last year Josh Sitton was named to the Pro Bowl as an injury replacement. In our best-case scenario, it wont’ take an injury for Sitton to make the Pro Bowl this year.
In the worst-case scenario for Marshall Newhouse, he becomes the year’s biggest surprise cut during training camp.
Don Barclay is being asked to cross-train at center and right tackle, where he’s competing for a starting job along the offensive line.
If there was any hope J.C. Tretter would become the contingency plan at center, those plans have been put on hold in Green Bay.
Neither Bulaga himself nor head coach Mike McCarthy expressed any concern about last season’s fractured hip that landed the offensive lineman on injured reserve.
There’s no shortage of candidates vying to become the next right tackle for the Green Bay Packers now that Bryan Bulaga is moving over to the left side.
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…
The Green Bay Packers are shuffling the look of their offensive line. Bryan Bulaga and Josh Sitton are being move to the left side, per head coach Mike McCarthy.
The Packers fourth round draft pick talks about his brother, Eric, who played for the Titans and 49ers. He also says he’s a left tackle in the NFL.
The Packers must decide what type of tender to offer center Evan Dietrich-Smith. That and more in today’s Daily Links…
A worse-case scenario Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings actually provided the Green Bay Packers with an answer to their offensive line for the rest of the 2012 season.