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Notebook: Even after position change, Sitton playing at Pro Bowl level

9:53 PM, Dec. 18, 2013
Packers running back Eddie Lacy, right, runs for yards past the block of Josh Sitton (71) against the Chicago Bears. Pro Football Focus ranks Sitton as the second-best guard in the NFL.
Packers running back Eddie Lacy, right, runs for yards past the block of Josh Sitton (71) against the Chicago Bears. Pro Football Focus ranks Sitton as the second-best guard in the NFL.
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Even after switching positions during the offseason, Green Bay Packers offensive lineman Josh Sitton stands an excellent chance of earning Pro Bowl recognition for the second straight year.

Sitton is having his best season after switching from right guard to left guard. The sixth-year player out of Central Florida could become the first Packers offensive lineman since Marco Rivera (2002, '03 and '04) to earn consecutive Pro Bowl berths.

"I think I've played well," Sitton said. "I think the switch to left guard has been good for me. I feel like I probably - I've had my best season so far." ...

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