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Here is the rundown on Green Bay's defensive line woes:
Johnny Jolly was suspended for the first four games of the NFL season.
Justin Harrell suffered a torn ACL in the opener and is now on season ending IR.
Cullen Jenkins broke his hand in the opener and played with a big club hand the rest of the game.
Mike Neal missed week one game due to injury and no word yet if he is ready to play this Sunday.
In addition, long time Packer Aaron Kampman left the team for Jacksonville in the off-season.
The defensive secondary is the weakest link on the Packers. They were burned by Kurt Warner in the playoffs for 379 yards passing and five touchdowns. Those figures are hard to imagine when you realize that the Packers secondary boasts NFL Defensive Player of the Year in Charles Woodsen.
But the Packers cornerbacks could be nicknamed "Old Man Rivers", as Charles Woodsen turns 34 next month and Al Harris is already 35. That is pretty old in NFL standards. Then there is the issue of a rookie starting at safety in Morgan Burnett. Think the Bills will be testing him?