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Looking Back/Ahead: Offensive Line

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We review 2013 with our good, bad, surprise and grade, plus take a look at what's ahead in 2014. With Mike McCarthy's left-to-right revamp turning into a home run, what does the future hold with Evan Dietrich-Smith heading to free agency and Bryan Bulaga and Derek Sherrod ready to join the mix?

In Part 2 of our season-ending review of the Green Bay Packers, we look back and ahead at the offensive line. DEPTH CHART: 2013 LT David Bakhtiari, LG Josh Sitton, C Evan Dietrich-Smith, RG T.J. Lang, RT Don Barclay, OT Marshall Newhouse, OT Derek Sherrod, G/C J.C. Tretter and G Lane Taylor. (OT Bryan Bulaga and G/C Greg Van Roten were on injured reserve; G Andrew Tiller, C Garth Gerhart and OT...

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