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Versatility Is Best Way to Handle ‘Worst-Case Scenario’ on Offensive Line

GREEN BAY, Wis. – There are 292,201,338 combinations in PowerBall. There’s not quite that many combinations on the Green Bay Packers’ offensive line, though it might seem that way.

Elgton Jenkins played center at Mississippi State, was a Pro Bowl guard in 2020 and thrived at left tackle in place of David Bakhtiari in 2021. Whenever Jenkins is fully recovered from his torn ACL, he might be the team’s starting right tackle.

Rookie third-round pick Sean Rhyan was a three-year starting left tackle at UCLA who might wind up at guard.

While at Wake Forest, rookie fourth-round pick Zach Tom started at center as a sophomore and at left tackle as a junior and senior.