Bryan Bulaga admits he may have played his last game for Packers
Following Sunday’s disappointing finish to the season, Bryan Bulaga admitted that he may have played his last game for Green Bay.
“You think about it before you go out there,” Bulaga said, via Jim Owczarski of packersnews.com. “There’s always potential this is could be the last one. We were in the playoffs, and now that the season’s over, yeah, we’ll see. But I think at first you reflect on the season and think back on success you had and things we did well. There will be a time for the next phase of this thing.”
Bryan Bulaga is set to become an unrestricted free agent after the five-year, $33.75 million extension that he signed in 2015 expires this offseason. Therefore, there is the chance that the Packers choose to move on from the veteran offensive tackle.
The Packers drafted Bryan Bulaga in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft out of Iowa. Since then, Bulaga has been a mainstay on Green Bay’s offensive line. As a matter of fact, in his rookie season, the Packers went on to win the Super Bowl with him starting in 12 games.
Even at 30 years old, Bryan Bulaga proved he can still be a formidable right tackle in the NFL this season. With him playing at a position that is vital to an offense’s success, Bulaga would undoubtedly receive interest from teams on the open market. However, it remains to be seen if the Packers are going to be one of those teams.
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