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Newhouse takes over at left tackle

Packers expect him to improve as Bulaga did

7:47 PM, May 28, 2012
Green Bay Packers tackle Marshall Newhouse, left, works against rookie defensive end Jerel Worthy during OTA practice at Ray Nitschke Field on Tuesday, May 22, 2012. H. Marc Larson/Press-Gazette
Green Bay Packers tackle Marshall Newhouse, left, works against rookie defensive end Jerel Worthy during OTA practice at Ray Nitschke Field on Tuesday, May 22, 2012. H. Marc Larson/Press-Gazette
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A year ago, Marshall Newhouse had no NFL regular-season game film of himself to study and was working out on his own in Texas.

In his first full offseason, he was one of the victims of the lockout. Though the Green Bay Packers tackle made gains in the weight room, the lack of an offseason program delayed his progress during a time when most NFL players make significant improvements, from year one to year two.

Yet when the Packers had early season injuries at both tackle spots - first to right tackle Bryan Bulaga and then two weeks later to left tackle Chad Clifton - they had no other choice but to throw ...

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