All Entries Tagged With: "Packers offensive line"

The NFL world awoke this morning to news which will undoubtedly overshadow roster cutdown day, could reshape the NFC playoff picture, and make the...

The Green Bay Packers were smart to sign guard Lane Taylor to an extension, but the depth behind him and the rest of the positions on the offensive line could spell disaster this season.

The Packers moved up nine spots in the second round of the 2016 NFL draft to select offensive lineman Jason Spriggs at No. 48 overall.  But a little more than a year later, some aren't sure that move is paying dividends. 

Former Packers offensive lineman Andy Phillips shares some insight into some of his former teammates.

After cutting running back Knile Davis on Monday, the Packers have an open roster spot. The best way to use it would be to activate Corey Linsley from the PUP list.   

Mike Wendlandt of PackersTalk.com joins the show to take a look at the players in the trenches.

Fred Thurston of the 22 Sports Talk podcast joins the show to discuss the state of the Packers offensive line.

A few different NFL media members have reported that the Packers are looking to move the veteran tackle inside. 

The veteran Packers guard talks offensive line play on Geoff Schwartz' podcast. 

Offensive line has probably been the most Jekyll and Hyde position group for the Packers during the Ted Thompson era. Some might give that title to...

What may be surprising to some is that the St. Louis Rams defense is statistically ranked only in the middle of all NFL defenses in total yardage allowed at 356.5 YPG.  It is also vulnerable to the run and if the Packers can exploit it, they stand a good chance of winning this week's game at Lambeau Field.  

The NFLDraftCountdown.com analyst joins us to discuss several players as draft day draws closer.

The restricted free agent signed his one-year, $1.542 million tender for next season.

Green Bay Packers guard Josh Sitton was the guest on WBAY's Sunday Sports Night Cover 2 on Sunday evening, just hours after the Packers beat the...

The Packers will be waiting to see if Bryan Bulaga and Josh Sitton practice on Thursday after being non-participants the previous day.

On the team's newly released depth chart, T.J. Lang is also listed as the Packers' backup right tackle.

Corey Linsley, David Bakhtiari and Bryan Bulaga will all make appearances on local media on Monday.

In our best-case scenario, both Josh Sitton and T.J. Lang are named to the Pro Bowl. But in the worst-case scenario, J.C. Tretter loses out on the starting center job.

In our best-case scenario, David Bakhtiari builds off a promising rookie season. But in the worst-case scenario, Bulaga struggles to come back from a torn ACL.

The reduction of a dozen or so practices from previous years has Barclay focusing at tackle and guard despite the starting center job being up for grabs.

David Bakhtiari will play left tackle and Bryan Bulaga will play right tackle but the center position is still up in the air. We break it all down on Railbird Central.

News coming out of the NFL Owners Meeting has Mike McCarthy confirming Bakhtiari will stay at left tackle and Bulaga will move back to right tackle.

With Evan Dietrich-Smith departing Green Bay in free agency, the Packers will be on their fourth starting center in four seasons.

The former Packers center reportedly accepted a four-year deal worth $14.25 million with the Buccaneers.

The Packers parted ways with the backup center on Tuesday before the start of free agency.

The biggest question mark for the Packers along the offensive line entering free agency is that status of center Evan Dietrich-Smith.

In comments shared from Packers head coach Mike McCarthy's season-ending press conference:

The Packers offensive line felt an urgency to keep their franchise quarterback out of harm's way Sunday afternoon. Mission accomplished.

Nothing against Josh Sitton and T.J. Lang, but columnist Brian Carriveau would rather see an elite pair of linebackers or safeties or defensive ends.

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