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Gray: Patience needed with young linemen

Jason Spitz

Packers Hall of Fame safety Johnnie Gray has re-joined to offer his thoughts on the Green Bay Packers. In his column today, Gray explains how the Packers will eventually thrive behind Daryn Colledge, Jason Spitz and Tony Moll.

Around the league, there are many schools of thought about the length of the pre-season but not in Green Bay. After watching that loss against the Chargers last Saturday, playing in the Hall of Fame game a week earlier could not have hurt the Packers. After winning only four games the previous year, six new faces on defense, an unsettled offensive line and possible a pair of new kickers, the more... Recommended Stories

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