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Tretter Could Be Line's Swiss Army Knife

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Wherever he's needed, fourth-round pick J.C. Tretter could lend a helping hand for the Packers. A two-year starting left tackle at Cornell, Tretter played right tackle on Friday. His best spot ultimately might be guard, and he spent a couple weeks working with a former NFL center.

J.C. Tretter played right tackle at the Green Bay Packers' rookie camp on Friday. He might play left tackle on Saturday. In preparing for the Senior Bowl, he worked at guard and even tutored under former NFL center Dave Wohlabaugh. That's all five positions — with flexibility being a major asset for any young offensive lineman entering the league. "Wherever the team needs me, that was my goal...

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