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Five big concerns

Daryn Colledge

As the Green Bay Packers prepare for their first preseason game against the San Diego Chargers this Saturday, I have five major concerns regarding the state of the Packers. I would hope Ted Thompson and Mike McCarthy feel the same way.

The Packers have a chance to surprise some people this year, but they need to address these issues. The sooner, the better. 1) The offensive line The Packers are woefully thin from a depth standpoint on their O-line. Tackles Kevin Barry and Adrian Klemm are out for the season with injuries. Backup guard/tackle Will Whitticker will be out for awhile with a hamstring injury. Starting left tackle...

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