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T.J. Lang

Line Would Miss Lang

Since the offensive line functioned just fine without one Pro Bowl guard, it’s easy to assume it would do the same without another Pro Bowl guard. Well, you know the old saying about what happens when you assume. Unless GM Ted Thompson signs a proven veteran or uses a high drat pick at the position,

Notes: Latest On Lang

T.J. Lang wants to stay with the Packers, and the Packers want to keep the Pro Bowl guard. Now the two sides need to compromise to make it happen. The player will have to take a less money, and the team will have to spend more than it wants. Charles Robinson of Yahoo! Sports reported over the weekend

Tough Decisions Await Thompson

It’s probably a good thing Ted Thompson decided to stick around for at least one more year because the Green Bay Packers will be facing some incredibly tough decisions in the coming days and weeks. The team’s most talented free agents (Jared Cook, T.J. Lang, Nick Perry, JC Tretter and Eddie Lacy) all come with

Packers’ Offseason To-Do List

ESPN’s Bill Barnwell is a really smart guy, but his “Five moves the Packers should make this offseason” story wasn’t all that impressive and proved just how hard it is to closely follow all 32 teams. So here’s a “Five moves the Packers should make this offseason” story written by a person who closely follows

To Sign Or Not To Sign

T.J. Lang’s name has been on the injury report 29 times since the start of the 2014 season, and yet the veteran guard has only missed 4 games. That tells you a couple of things. One, the former Eastern Michigan star is one tough dude, and two, he’s put a lot of wear and tear on