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Notebook: Tretter expects to compete for playing time

10:09 PM, Dec. 11, 2013
Offensive lineman JC Tretter was activated Tuesday from the physically unable to perform list after breaking an ankle on the first day of organized team activities in May. H. Marc Larson/Press-Gazette Media
Offensive lineman JC Tretter was activated Tuesday from the physically unable to perform list after breaking an ankle on the first day of organized team activities in May. H. Marc Larson/Press-Gazette Media
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JC Tretter very well could be the Green Bay Packers' center of the future, but that's not the prevailing thought in the rookie offensive lineman's mind at the moment.

A day after being freed from physically unable to perform exile, Tretter is simply happy to be playing football again after his seven-month recovery from a broken ankle ended Tuesday with his activation to the 53-man roster.

Since suffering the injury on the first day of organized team activities last May, the fourth-round pick in April's NFL draft has been forced to do his learning in the classroom rather than on the practice ...

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