Green Bay Packers left tackle T.J. Lang made his first NFL start against the Cleveland Browns, working against linebacker Kamerion Wimbley, at Cleveland in October 2009. Corey Wilson/Press-Gazette
INDIANAPOLIS - Maybe this year's draft will help the Green Bay Packers decide where to play offensive lineman T.J. Lang.
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Lang, a fourth-round draft pick in 2009, has been a backup his first two seasons in the NFL but is a viable starter at either right tackle or left guard heading into 2011. He's played both positions for the Packers, along with left tackle, and the organization remains split on whether guard or right tackle is the best place for him. ...