green Bay Packers have lost a lot of familiar faces in the past six months, but have left to settle David Bakhtiari won’t be able to join the growing list that includes these people aaron rodgers, allen lazard, Robert Tonian And Randall Cobbamong others.

The Packers general manager said, “First of all, we will not trade David, so let’s get this out of the way.” Brian Gutekunst told Athletic on Friday.

After Rodgers was traded by the Packers new york jets This offseason, Gang Green was picked up for HBO’s “Hard Knocks”. jets head coach robert saleh ripped The team’s offensive line in the latest edition of the show, leading to speculation that the franchise may already be looking to trade for help (e.g. trading for Bakhtiari, Rodgers’ former left tackle).

Bakhtiari, a three-time Pro Bowler who earned two All-Pro honors, is ready to protect the quarterback jordan loveIt’s indiscriminate as the first crack of the latter NFL starter; Green Bay traded to select Love in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

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Packers released their first informal depth chart before their Week 1 preseason matchup against Cincinnati Last week, in which Bakhtiari was listed, elgton jenkins, josh myers, john runyan And zach tom As the starting offensive line from left to right.

Bakhtiari has appeared in only 12 games over the past two seasons (one game in 2021 and 11 games in 2022) due to a knee injury. Currently, Bakhtiari has been Green Bay’s primary left tackle for the duration of his 10-year career. The 32-year-old is soon entering the third season of a four-year, $92 million deal.

The Packers are coming off an 8-9 season that saw them miss the playoffs for the first time since 2018.

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