Posted July 27, 2013 on gnb.scout.com
Since the spring, the Packers' remodeled offensive line has been trying to work out the kinks. Starting with Sunday's first full-throttle practice, the unit will get a progress report. As Marshall Newhouse put it: "Pads will tell you a lot."
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