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Why the Green Bay Packers had to bring back Bryan Bulaga

When people are asked what was the biggest free agent signing of the 2015 offseason for the Green Bay Packers, more than likely the common answer would be wide receiver Randall Cobb.  Why Cobb does bring a lot to the table on many different levels, Cobb’s signing was the second biggest for the green and gold. We often hear that the second most important position on the field...
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Packers Retain Free Agents: How They Do It

The Green Bay Packers re-signed Randall Cobb and Bryan Bulaga over the past week and retained their two most important free agents.  At least that’s what most would agree with.  While both Cobb and Bulaga received healthy contracts, they likely could have garnered more had they chosen to explore opportunities with other teams. In this current time period where it seems free agents...
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Green Bay Packers: Free agency quick hits

Randall Cobb Randall Cobb was priority number one heading into this offseason for the Green Bay Packers. After setting career highs in games played (16), receptions (91), yards (1,287), and touchdowns (12), the Packers knew Cobb would have a hefty price tag attached to his name. Cobb is essential to the Packers success, providing an inside threat while Jordy provides the deep ball...
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Offensive Line Intact with Bryan Bulaga Back

Before the start of the 2014 season Packers Head Coach, Mike McCarthy stated he believed that this year's offensive line group would be the best of his tenure. The offensive line group lived up to the hype. They gave up the ninth fewest sacks (30) in the NFL and paved the way for a 1,000 yard rusher.A big reason why the offensive line played so well? Bryan Bulaga stayed healthy and...
Via Pro Football Spot
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Bryan Bulaga Returning to the Packers

Free-agent right tackle Bryan Bulaga is apparently returning to the Green Bay Packers, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen. Packers taking care of their own again – OT Bryan Bulaga staying in Green Bay, per sources — Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) March 10, 2015 While Mortensen didn’t get into detail regarding the contract, other reports suggest that it is in the $7 million...
Via Sportsnaut
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Rumor: The Green Bay Packers are expected to re-sign right tackle Bryan Bulaga

It looks like the Green Bay Packers are going to keep most of their free-agents-to-be after all. A day after scoring a huge win by locking up Randall Cobb for four years, it seems the Packers are also going to retain right tackle Bryan Bulaga. This according to a report by Darren Wolfson of ESPN: Sounds like Bulaga back to #Packers. — Darren Wolfson (@DarrenWolfson) March 9, 2015...
Via cover32 - Packers
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Bryan Bulaga 2014 Report Card – Packers Player Grades

Packers OL Bryan Bulaga1) Introduction: Bryan Bulaga returned to action in 2014 after missing all of 2013 with a torn ACL. With 2014 being the last year in his original rookie contract, he was expected to return to form and play with vigor and motivation. He did just that and had a very solid season while stabilizing the right end of the formation that had been a weak spot the previous...
February 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Green Bay Packers: Comeback Player of the Year

When most players in the NFL get hurt, the main focus is how are they going to bounce back?  Will they be able to shake off the injury, or will they let it bother them in the back of their mind.  For the Green Bay Packers, these three players did not let their previous injuries bug them and certainly had great comeback seasons. Aaron Rodgers After missing half of last season...
February 06, 2015  |  Discuss

In Bulaga We Trust: Packers Should Re-Sign Tackle

There were questions for the Green Bay Packers heading into the 2014 season. One big question was whether starting offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga would be as productive as he has been in years past. Bulaga’s 2013 season was cut short due to his knee blowing out in August. After deciding to move back to right tackle in 2014 after switching to left tackle in 2013, Bulaga had one of...
Via Pro Football Spot
February 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Packers: Why 2014 is a Make or Break Season for Bryan Bulaga

Last offseason, the Green Bay Packers had some big changes in mind for the offensive line. Josh Sitton and T.J. Lang switched sides and Bryan Bulaga was to move from right tackle to left tackle. Unfortunately, the Packers never got to see the experiment through as Bulaga tore his ACL during the Family Night scrimmage and was lost for the season. Now with his career at a crossroads...
Via The Packers Guru
July 09, 2014  |  Discuss

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