Packers: Three questions on offense at training camp

DETROIT, MI - DECEMBER 31: Brett Hundley
DETROIT, MI - DECEMBER 31: Brett Hundley /
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GREEN BAY, WI – AUGUST 12: Mason Crosby
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1. Who will win right guard, right tackle jobs?

The Packers could have two openings on the right side of the offensive line at training camp.

The first is at right guard. Jahri Evans played well at RG last season, but wasn’t re-signed this offseason. Green Bay will have a new starting right guard in Week 1. That much we know.

What we don’t yet know is whether starting right tackle Bryan Bulaga will be ready to go for the season opener. Bulaga is one of the best right tackles in the league when healthy, and he will be the starter if he’s fully recovered from a torn ACL in time.

If he’s not ready to go, which seems to be the most likely scenario, who will replace him to start the year?

The Packers have a few candidates. Could it be Jason Spriggs, who the Packers traded up for in the second round three years ago? So far in his career, Spriggs hasn’t been consistent enough to show he’s ready to take on a starting job.

Green Bay did sign veteran offensive lineman Byron Bell, who offers depth at both tackle and guard. Bell would be a good choice to fill in at right tackle if Bulaga isn’t ready.

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Who do you think will start at right guard and right tackle in the season opener against the Chicago Bears?