No More Patchwork Offensive Line for Packers?
Not that we don’t love Justin McCray, Lucas Patrick and Ulrick John… Actually, yes, that’s true, we don’t love those guys. They might be swell individuals, but watching them play really sucks.
The good news of the day is Brett Hundley will probably not have to fear for his life the next time he walks out onto the field.
The Green Bay Packers’ entire offensive line was back on the practice field on Tuesday, presumably healthy and ready to go for Monday night.
The Packers had lost left tackle David Bakhtiari to a hamstring injury, left guard Lane Taylor to an ankle injury and right tackle Bryan Bulaga to… ah, who cares? That guy is always injured.
So until Bulaga rolls an ankle, pulls a hammy, gets concussed or hurts his vagina, it looks like the Packers will have their No. 1 offensive line intact.
That’s good news for Hundley. Consistently good offensive line play (and a stout running game) is one of the biggest keys to his success.
The other big return was on the defensive side of the ball. Safety Morgan Burnett, who appears to be the only one capable of communication in the secondary, also returned to practice.
The only notable absence was that of outside linebacker Nick Perry. The others sidelined were Kentrell Brice, Ahmad Brooks, Quinton Dial and Joe Thomas.