Bob McGinn, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s lead beat writer for the Green Bay Packers, is reporting that newly-annointed left tackle Bryan Bulaga may have suffered a knee injury that could be deemed serious.
The Packers grand experiment of flip-flopping Bulaga and former right guard Josh Sitton to the left side was going pretty well, according to offensive line coach James Campen, but that experiment may come to a quick end if Bulaga’s injury turns out to be serious.
Here’s what Campen said yesterday about how the offensive line move was going:
“You know, I think that quite frankly it’s exceeded what I thought it would be at. I think they’ve done a very good job with their footwork. They took advantage of the OTA periods to get adjusted to it. I think they’re over that hump. It’s just a few little things, new footwork they’ve got to work on, but I think they’ve adjusted very well.”