A roundup of the latest Green Bay Packers news for Tuesday, Sept. 8.
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Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur isn’t going to reveal who will be starting on the right side of the offensive line in the regular season opener versus the Minnesota Vikings.
It’s an understandable move as there is no benefit for him to give away that kind of information. Why give the Vikings a better idea of who they’ll be facing?
That said, it does seem quite clear who will be the starters. Billy Turner’s injury means that, if he’s out, both the right guard and right tackle spots will be open. Lane Taylor and Rick Wagner would be the obvious choice for both of those starting jobs. Of course, if Turner is healthy then things change. We’ll get a better idea when the Packers’ first injury report of the season is released tomorrow.
Packers news and notes from around FanSided
Power ranking NFC North by position groups (Lombardi Ave)
With the regular season only two days away, I decided to break down the NFC North rosters, ranking each team by position groups. Which positions do the Packers have the clear advantage at?
Welcome to Green Bay: Meet Packers’ newest players (Dairyland Express – Brian Sampson)
Brian Sampson of Dairyland Express writes about two of the Packers’ newest players, linebacker De’Jon Harris and wide receiver Robert Foster, who have both been signed to the practice squad.
More Packers news and notes from around the internet
Packers to work out veteran center Justin Britt; Dexter Williams joining practice squad (PackersNews.com – Tom Silverstein)
GM: Christian Kirksey adds ‘dynamic element’ Packers have missed at ILB (Packers Wire – Zach Kruse)
For Packers to succeed in 2020, the “illusion of complexity” must pay dividends (Cheesehead TV – Tim Backes)
Brian Gutekunst lamented lack of preseason tape following Packers’ final cuts (Acme Packing Company – Evan “Tex” Western)
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