With Corey Linsley still on the sideline, the Packers are moving forward with J.C. Tretter, who played well in three starts at center last season.
August 22, 2016
Packers coach Mike McCarthy said he has two starters with Corey Linsley and J.C. Tretter. Only one of them, however, will be snapping the ball for Week 1.
We continue our ranking of the Packers' training camp roster with No. 31, receiver Ty Montgomery. Plus, three backup offensive linemen, a new fullback and a rookie will have to contribute immediately.
J.C. Tretter was set to be the Packers' starting center in 2014 until he sustained a knee injury during the third preseason game. That opened the door for Corey Linsley, who filled the void so well that he was selected to the all-rookie team. At training camp last summer, a battle between the two never materialized. Will it be a different story at camp this year?
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January 23, 2016
By acting like a professional, J.C. Tretter has played well in extensive playing time the last three games in place of Corey Linsley.
December 11, 2015
After getting his first significant playing time on Sunday at Minnesota. J.C. Tretter won't contemplate what might have been or what could be.
November 23, 2015