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The Packers will move Bryan Bulaga from right tackle to left tackle for the 2013 NFL season.
The Green Bay Packers aren’t waiting until training camp to shuffle their offensive line.
Details of the Packers new-look line can be found in this excellent Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel story by Tom Silverstein. To summarize:
Bryan Bulaga moves from right tackle to left tackle
Josh Sitton moves from right guard to left guard
T.J. Lang moves from left guard to right guard
Marshall Newhouse (last season’s starting left tackle), Don Barclay (who got a few starts in 2012) and Derek Sherrod (coming off a major leg injury that forced him to sit out last season) will compete to start at right tackle.
Evan Dietrich-Smith is the starting center
Essentially, Packers coach Mike McCarthy is moving his two most talented and experienced offensive lineman from the right side to the left, which is Aaron Rodgers’ blind side, the Packers franchise quarterback who just signed a five-year contract extension wo...
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According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Green Bay Packers are moving right tackle Brian Bulaga to the left side to replace Marshall Newhouse.
The most noteworthy is that right tackle Bryan Bulaga is moving to the left side to be quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ blind-side protector, replacing last year’s starter Marshall Newhouse.
In addition, the coaches have flipped guards...
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llinois State QB Matt Brown
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- At the conclusion of last weekends NFL Draft, Packers coach Mike McCarthy was feeling confident about his left tackle position heading into next season. It was uncertain, however, with which player McCarthy had the most confidence in playing that important role of protecting quarterback Aaron Rodgers blind side.
Its uncertain no longer.
In a report by the Milwaukee...
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When the Green Bay Packers selected Byan Bulaga with the 23rd pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the big debate at the time was could the former Iowa Hawkeye play left tackle -- well we are about to find out as according to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, head coach Mike McCarthy has finally decided to move him to the left side as part of a major shake up along the Green Bay offensive line...
Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports that the Packers are expected to move Bryan Bulaga from right tackle to left tackle this season.
Silverstein adds that the Green Bay’s coaching staff will also flip Josh Sitton and T.J. Lang, so that Sitton is also playing on the left side of their offensive line.
“I sat down with Bryan and Josh on Monday and I told...
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