GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- All Josh Sitton could do was watch.
Green Bay's injured right guard missed another game last Sunday, when the Packers rolled to a 46-16 win over the Oakland Raiders. Star quarterback Aaron Rodgers was knocked around often before being removed late in the third quarter with the game virtually in hand.
"Anytime you see your quarterback getting hit, you don't obviously want to see that," Sitton said Friday. "There was nothing I could do about it when I'm sitting there watching it, but you never want to see that, of course."
Sitton hopes he can soon come to the rescue and help shore up Green Bay's pass protection for the stretch run.
With Sitton's injury status unclear and veteran left tackle Chad Clifton still sidelined, the Packers continue to tinker with their offensive line going into Sunday's game at Kansas City.
Sitton returned to practice this week after being out the last two games with a sprained knee. The Packers are giving him a chance to pla...