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Tag: JC Tretter

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Packers Question of the day - Can the Packers fare Without Sitton?

Packers Question of the day - Can the Packers fare Without Sitton?

The attempted trade and eventual release of all-pro left guard Josh Sitton sent shockwaves across the Packers' fanbase and the rest of the NFL.

Tretter Proves Why Packers Seek Versatility

Tretter Proves Why Packers Seek Versatility

Earlier this week Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy declared that J.C. Tretter will assume the team's starting center position.

Cory's Corner: JC Tretter deserves the left tackle job

Cory's Corner: JC Tretter deserves the left tackle job

The offensive line has arguably been one of the Packers’ biggest bugaboos during this roller-coaster of a season.

Packers Offensive Line Hurting Heading Into Showdown With Detroit

Packers Offensive Line Hurting Heading Into Showdown With Detroit

Five offensive lineman are on Wednesdays' injury report.

Corey Linsley Misses Practice, Listed As Questionable Vs Bears

Corey Linsley Misses Practice, Listed As Questionable Vs Bears

JC Tretter looks to start against Chicago on Thanksgiving night. 

Report: Tretter Practices for First Time in Pads During Regular Season

Report: Tretter Practices for First Time in Pads During Regular Season

JC Tretter worked in pads today. First time for him since August 22 knee injury. #Packers pic.twitter.com/001chH06ec

Meet the Packers 2013 Rookies—David Bakhtiari & JC Tretter - OT/OG

Meet the Packers 2013 Rookies—David Bakhtiari & JC Tretter - OT/OG

Meet the two offensive linemen the Packers took in the 2013 NFL draft as Andrew Garda helps you get to know David Bakhtiari & JC Tretter.

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