For the Green Bay Packers' offensive line, playing left tackle is practically a prerequisite.
Among the Packers' starting offensive linemen, three of the five starters were collegiate left tackles. Of the 17 linemen on the 90-man roster, 13 played left tackle in college.
"Isn't that something?" offensive line coach James Campen said.
LT Marshall Newhouse: Started 38 games at left tackle during his final three seasons at TCU.
LG T.J. Lang: Lang started at left tackle as a junior and senior and at right tackle as a sophomore for Eastern Michigan. He opened his career at defensive tackle.
C Jeff Saturday: Saturday, who went undrafted, was a two-time all-conference first-team selection at center at North Carolina.
RG Josh Sitton: Sitton was a three-year starter, spending most of those years at Central Florida playing right tackle.
RT Bryan Bulaga: Bulaga started 28 games during his three years at Iowa, including 23 games at left tackle.
C/G Evan Dietrich-Smith: After starting at left guard and right tackle during his final two years at Idaho State, Dietrich-Smith opened 23 games at left tackle as a junior and senior.
G Ray Dominguez: Dominguez started 33 games at left tackle during his final three years at Arkansas.
C Sampson Genus: Genus, who was moved to the defensive line as a sophomore, started 25 games at center during his final two years at South Florida.
T Derek Sherrod: Sherrod started his final 35 games at Southern Mississippi at left tackle, including All-America honors as a junior and senior.
T Herb Taylor: Taylor spent his first three years at TCU starting at right guard before sliding over to left tackle as a senior in 2006.
T Shea Allard: Allard started 33 games at left tackle over his final three years at Delaware.
G Don Barclay: A reserve guard as a freshman, Barclay was a three-year starter at left tackle for West Virginia.
G Jaymes Brooks: Brooks started the final 42 games of his Virginia Tech career at right gaurd.
G Grant Cook: Before winning the starting job at right guard as a senior, Cook had started just seven games. As a freshman in 2008, he opened the year as the No. 2 left tackle behind Dominguez.
T Andrew Datko: Despite an injury-filled career, Datko started 40 career games at left tackle for Florida State.
C Tommie Draheim: Draheim, who was a four-year starter at center and an all-state performer as a senior in high school, was a three-year starter at left tackle for San Diego State.
T Mike McCabe: McCabe was a three-year starter, including the final two years at left tackle, for Holy Cross.
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