GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) - Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy has
picked his starting offensive line. At least for now.
McCarthy said Monday that Jason Spitz will start at center over
Scott Wells in Friday's preseason game at Arizona. And Allen Barbre
will start over Breno Giacomini at right tackle.
Spitz and Barbre will be joined against the Cardinals by veteran
Chad Clifton at left tackle, Daryn Colledge at left guard and Josh
Sitton at right guard.
McCarthy says if they keep progressing, they'll be the offensive
line the Packers go with in the regular season opener against
But the coach notes that if they don't keep getting better,
there are plenty of guys "ready to go."
Former Wolf Pack linemane Tony Moll has started at both guard and tackle over the last few seasons. He is not in the team's opening day startting lineup.