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Newhouse learning to embrace OL shuffle

11:00 AM, May 24, 2013

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Marshall Newhouse was admittedly taken aback by the news.

After playing every offensive snap at left tackle for the Green Bay Packers this past season, the decision was made to shuffle their offensive line next year to position their two best, Bryan Bulaga and Josh Sitton, on the left side of the line in Aaron Rodgers' blind spot.

Upon hearing the plan, the 6-foot-4, 319-pound tackle couldn't help but think the team's decision was reflection of his performance in 2012 and role in Rodgers' 51 sacks last season. ...

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