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Tony Moll played for the Packers from 2006 to 2009.
Offensive tackle is one position where Ted Thompson could look for an unheralded player, all but unknown except to professional football evaluators.
One such case was in 2011 when injuries forced the Packers to add depth to the position at midseason and signed journeyman Herb Taylor.
Tackle could be a trouble spot for the Packers as they make their way through the offseason while dealing with the injury bug.
Over on the right side, Bryan Bulaga seems entrenched and as healthy as can be, but that's not the same case on the left side of the offensive line.
Marshall Newhouse, the odds-on favorite to win the left tackle job, had been practicing with the starters until he hit a speed bump this past week when he didn't participate in the team's organized team activity open to the public.
Head coach Mike McCarthy typically refuses to discusses injuries during voluntary workouts, but said this past Wednesday of Newhouse, "We don't do injury reports, but he's here. He's here working and working out in the weight room and in meetings." (via ESPN)
Meanwhile, last season's first-round draft choice, Derek Sherrod, hasn't been taking part in on-field practice portion of the offseason program as he continues to recuperate from a broken leg suffered late last season.
And while healthy at the moment, rookie Andrew Datko has a lengthy injury history to his shoulder dating back to high school, which invites skepticism about his durability.
If the Packers encounter any more injury concerns, they may have to look for reinforcements at tackle.
One familiar face on the free-agent market is Tony Moll, who was a fifth-round draft choice of the Packers back in 2006 and spent three seasons in Green Bay before being traded away.
Moll isn't likely to be more than a stopgap solution for the Packers, but at least he brings a knowledge of head coach Mike McCarthy's offense.
Brian Carriveau is a Green Bay Packers Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. Unless otherwise noted, all quotations in this article were obtained via Mike McCarthy's Wednesday May 30 press conference.