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Packers RT Bryan Bulaga was ruled out for Sunday's game with the Chicago Bears.
As expected, the Green Bay Packers will be without right tackle Bryan Bulaga (sprained knee cap) Sunday against the Chicago Bears. Head coach Mike McCarthy announced the news at his Wednesday press conference.
Without Bulaga, the Packers are prepared to start left guard T.J. Lang at right tackle, with Evan Dietrich-Smith at Lang’s natural spot. Dietrich-Smith started two games for Josh Sitton at right guard while Sitton dealt with a knee sprain.
McCarthy also said that new addition Herb Taylor would likely be active as an emergency offensive tackle. Taylor was signed to replace first-round pick Derek Sherrod, who broke his tibia and fibula against the Chiefs and later placed on IR.
Receiver Greg Jennings (knee sprain) was also ruled out. He’s expected back for the Packers first playoff game.
The Packers did welcome back to practice Desmond Bishop (calf), James Starks (ankle), Brandon Saine (concussio...
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