The Green Bay Packers returned to the practice field on Tuesday with three of their five starting offensive linemen sidelined by injury.
T.J. Lang is sidelined with a concussion, fellow guard Josh Sitton is sidelined by an ankle injury and left tackle David Bakhtiari is still bothered by a knee injury.
The Packers practiced with an offensive line that consisted of Don Barclay, Lane Taylor, Corey Linsley, Josh Walker and Bryan Bulaga from left to right.
Sitton was in a boot over the weekend but was walking without it at practice on Tuesday.
Those injuries could limit Aaron Rodgers and the Packers’ starters in Saturday’s game. Last year, Rodgers played six series in the third exhibition before he sat the final preseason game.
Scott Tolzien is also sidelined with a concussion and probably won’t play on Saturday. That leaves the Packers with Brett Hundley and Matt Blanchard, who are expected to get the bulk of the snaps on Saturday night.