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Dietrich-Smith front and center in uncertain offseason for o-line

8:32 PM, Jan. 9, 2014
The Packers have two months to negotiate with center Evan Dietrich-Smith before he hits the open market, but it's plausible the organization could explore internal options and let him go. File/Press-Gazette Media
The Packers have two months to negotiate with center Evan Dietrich-Smith before he hits the open market, but it's plausible the organization could explore internal options and let him go. File/Press-Gazette Media
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The Green Bay Packers checked off one long-term goal last April when they extended Aaron Rodgers through his 36th birthday.

Now, if they could just find their franchise quarterback a running mate at center.

There's a possibility Rodgers could go into 2014 with his fourth starting center in as many seasons depending on how the organization proceeds with fourth-year veteran Evan Dietrich-Smith. ...

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