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With $110M quarterback behind center, Bulaga, Sitton shifting to left side

9:55 PM, May 3, 2013
The Green Bay Packers' interest in moving tackle Bryan Bulaga to the left side of the offensive line indicates they feel Bulaga has fully recovered from the season-ending hip injury he sustained in Week 9 against the Arizona Cardinals. Evan Siegle/Press-Gazette Media
The Green Bay Packers' interest in moving tackle Bryan Bulaga to the left side of the offensive line indicates they feel Bulaga has fully recovered from the season-ending hip injury he sustained in Week 9 against the Arizona Cardinals. Evan Siegle/Press-Gazette Media
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Six weeks ago, Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy indicated he had a plan for his offensive line.

"We need some improvement from the left side of our line," McCarthy said at the NFL annual meetings in late March. "That's, if you're breaking down the line as a whole, our left side and the center position, we need improvement there."

It's now known how McCarthy will implement that plan: by shuffling around some players. ...

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