The Green Bay Packers re-shuffled the offensive line in the offseason in order to better protect Aaron Rodgers, the most sacked quarterback in the NFL last year. After one intra-squad scrimmage, they may be shuffling again.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports Packers officials fear that left tackle Brian Bulaga suffered a torn ligament in his knee on Saturday and it may be a season-ending injury.
It isn't clear what exactly happened to Bulaga or when exactly the injury occurred as he didn't come out of the scrimmage on Saturday playing a full 30 snaps with the first team offensive line. He received treatment on his knee after the game in the locker room and further tests are being done to examine the extent of the damage.
Bulaga was shifted from right tackle to left tackle in the offseason to shore up the offensive line. He has been injury prone, though, missing a combined 11 games the past two seasons.
Depending on the severity of the injury, the Packers may move converted right tackle Marshall Newhouse back to left tackle, or move Don Barkley to the left side.