(WNFL) - Green Bay Packers' offensive lineman Bryan Bulaga says he'll play wherever he's needed next season. Bulaga missed all of this past season, after he tore an A-C-L knee ligament at the Packers' Family Night scrimmage in early August. The year before, Bulaga was out for the season after Week-Nine with a hip injury. The Packers' first-round draft choice from 2010 has only played in 21 games in the past three seasons, while missing 27. That leads to questions about where he might fit in next season. Bulaga says he hasn't worried about it. He has spent the last four months doing rehab work at the I-M-G Academy in Florida. The Packers went with two relatively new tackles this season. Don Barclay, who came on late last season as a rookie, was the right tackle for the year. Rookie David Bahktiari started all 16 regular season games at left tackle. Pro Football Focus said he was the league's 18th best tackle for pass blocking. Bahktiari gave up eight sacks and four other quarterback hits. The Packers were cleaning out their lockers today, after they were eliminated from the playoffs yesterday with a three-point home loss to San Francisco.
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