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Change Has Been Constant on Offensive Line

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The offensive line has become one of the strengths of the Packers, even though the team hasn't fielded the same starting five from one season to the next under Aaron Rodgers. More changes are coming this season.

Through thick and thin, change has been the constant on the Green Bay Packers' offensive line. For the fourth consecutive season, the Packers will start the season with a new starting center. Looking beyond that, Aaron Rodgers never has had the same starting offensive line from one season to the next. In 2009, Josh Sitton replaced Jason Spitz at right guard. In 2010, Bryan Bulaga replaced...

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