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Notebook: Healthy Clifton looks to knock rust off against Lions

9:39 PM, Dec. 29, 2011
Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers (12) and Greg Jennings (85) look on as trainers tend to Chad Clifton (76) who was injured in the second quarter against the Atlanta Falcons during the game at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Ga., on Sunday, Oct. 9, 2011.
Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers (12) and Greg Jennings (85) look on as trainers tend to Chad Clifton (76) who was injured in the second quarter against the Atlanta Falcons during the game at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Ga., on Sunday, Oct. 9, 2011.
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It looks like Chad Clifton will get every chance in the next week and a half to move back into the Green Bay Packers' starting job at left tackle for the playoffs after missing the last 2 months because of hamstring and back injuries.

Clifton is on course to play this week against Detroit after missing the last 10 games, though it's unclear how much he'll play, or whether he or Marshall Newhouse will start at left tackle. But all signs suggest the Packers are looking for Clifton to show he can take over at left tackle for the divisional round of the playoffs, after the Packers' playoff bye next week.

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