The Green Bay Packers appear interested in adding depth to the interior part of the offensive line ahead of their Week 2 contest against the Atlanta Falcons. The interior offensive line, well, pretty much the entire unit upfront, didn’t seem to have any issues dominating a weak Chicago Bears front seven in Week 1. However, there’s one problem for the Packers coaching staff in evaluating the offensive line this week.
The rest of the teams they’ll play on the schedule before Week 18 won’t be the Bears.
The Green Bay Packers work out a few IOL
According to Aaron Wilson with KPRC, the Packers worked out three interior offensive linemen Monday: Jake Guidone, Michael Jordan, and Brent Laing.
#Packers worked out Jake Guidone, Michael Jordan, Brent Laing and Rezjohn Wright
— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) September 12, 2023
Laing and Guidone are both rookie UDFAs. Jordan is the only interior offensive lineman they worked out with NFL experience.
Jordan was drafted in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals. He’s played in 55 games and made 29 stats in the NFL. Jordan earned a 32.5 overall grade from Pro Football Focus for his play in 2022.
Jordan’s highest season grade was in 2020, when he earned a 55.7 overall grade.
None of the three offensive linemen the Packers worked out Monday have been signed as of this publishing. But it’s clear the Packers emphasized looking at depth for the interior part of the offensive line.
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