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Offensive linemen Taylor, Tretter inactive against Cowboys

Dec. 15, 2013
 
Rookie guard Lane Taylor was inactive Sunday. File/Gannett Wisconsin Media
Rookie guard Lane Taylor was inactive Sunday. File/Gannett Wisconsin Media

The Green Bay Packers made guard Lane Taylor and center-guard JC Tretter inactive for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys, which means their backup offensive linemen would be Marshall Newhouse and Derek Sherrod.

That means if T.J. Lang would move from right guard to center because of injury – center Evan Dietrich-Smith is playing with knee and ankle injuries – the Packers likely would move right tackle Don Barclay to replace Lang, and then Newhouse or Sherrod would replace Barclay at right tackle.

The Packers’ other inactives were quarterback Aaron Rodgers, outside linebacker Nate Palmer, tight end Jake Stoneburner, and defensive linemen C.J. Wilson and Jerel Worthy.

The Cowboys' inactives were wide receiver Dwayne Harris, tackle Darrion Weems, cornerback Mo Claiborne, defensive back Jakar Hamilton and linebackers Sean Lee, Bruce Carter and Martez Wilson.

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