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Why such hatred toward America's freedom of religion?
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Topic - Josh Sitton
The injury hits just keep on coming for the Green Bay Packers.
The Green Bay Packers may be forced to shuffle their renovated offensive line after starting left tackle Bryan Bulaga reportedly suffered a season-ending knee injury during a weekend scrimmage.
Right tackle Bryan Bulaga returned to practice after missing two games, giving the Green Bay Packers a glimmer of good news as they prepare for life without veteran left tackle Chad Clifton for the foreseeable future.
The Green Bay Packers say running back Ryan Grant and right tackle Bryan Bulaga won't play Sunday against the Denver Broncos.
With the NFL lockout in full swing, three Green Bay Packers players and the team's president will spend the next five days sharing a bus that will cover more than 700 miles as it crisscrosses Wisconsin and Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
"I don't take back anything I said," Sitton said. "But I don't want to stand here and discuss it again."
"If he does try to go? I would think he's stupid," Sitton said. "He's got a career to worry about. It's not just about this year when you have something like that, so it would be dumb."