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|Marshall Newhouse signs with Bengals |
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
(3/21/14) The Bengals signed offensive tackle Marshall Newhouse on Friday. Newshouse started two of his 14 games played last season with the Packers. He will likely fill in the void left by Anthony Collins, who signed with the Buccaneers this offseason.
|Packers reveal Week 14 inactives |
|by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(12/8/13) In addition to quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who is out again with a broken collarbone, the Packers' list of inactives for Week 14 against the Falcons includes defensive lineman C.J. Wilson (ankle), wide receiver Chris Harper, running back Kahlil Bell, linebacker Nate Palmer, offensive lineman Marshall Newhouse and defensive lineman Jerel Worthy. Harper, Bell, Palmer, Newhouse and Worthy are all healthy scratches.
|David Bakhtiari to start for Packers? |
|by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(8/2/13) Packers rookie David Bakhtiari has entered the conversation for the starting right tackle job in training camp. He's stood out working as a backup at left and right tackle, the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports, and got a chance to work with the starters for a play on Thursday.
"He's clearly one of the guys that has made a step in the padded work," coach Mike McCarthy said this week.
Marshall Newhouse still seems like the starting right tackle for the Pack.
2015 NFL Draft: Jameis Winston projected as No. 1 overall pick
Sure, there is a whole season of NFL and college football action left to determine what will happen in the 2015 draft, but given a projected selection order (including a Super Bowl XLVIII rematch), here is how NFLDraftScout.com Senior Analyst Rob Rang envisions the first 32 picks going.