The Green Bay Packers need to address their offensive line early in this year’s draft. They have two very good reasons to do. Here they are.
The Packers may be forced to play musical chairs along their offensive line once again after an injury to David Bakhtiari has them searching for answers.
The Green Bay Packers have plenty of weaknesses to address this offseason — and we’ll get to those. But first, here are their three positions of strength.
Is Ted Thompson concerned about a Green Bay Packers offensive line that will feature a rookie left tackle and an undrafted free agent at right tackle? Nope.
The Green Bay Packers are addressing their left tackle position — with right tackle Bryan Bulaga. They’re also moving left guard Josh Sitton. Maybe this will solve all those problems.
Who were the weak links on the Green Bay Packers offensive line in the 2012? We’re happy to tell you. Here’s what the offensive line stats have to say.
The Green Bay Packers will go back to the quick-hitting passing attack they successfully used in 2009, when their offensive line also sucked. So what took so long?
The Green Bay Packers addressed their lack of offensive line depth by signing veteran guard Reggie Wells. Here’s a look at Wells.
The Green Bay Packers have the top-ranked offensive line in Evan Silva’s 2012 offensive line rankings. Huh? We’re just as confused as you are. Here’s what he had to say.
As we told you last week, the Green Bay Packers offensive linemen worked out together near Nashville for three days this week. Tackle Chad Clifton and center Scott Wells, who organized the get together, live in the area. What we didn’t know until today, is who actually showed up.