Packers RT T.J. Lang missed the final three and a half quarters of Sunday's game with a left ankle injury.
Packers signed LG T.J. Lang to a four-year extension.
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel considers LG T.J. Lang and G/C Evan Dietrich-Smith the Packers' leading in-house candidates to replace C Scott Wells.
Coach Mike McCarthy announced that T.J. Lang has won the Packers' left guard job.
T.J. Lang appears to have overtaken first-round pick Derek Sherrod as the Packers' new starting left guard.
With free agent Daryn Colledge expected to walk, T.J. Lang will compete for the starting left guard job.
T.J. Lang has replaced Jason Spitz at left guard for the Packers in the third quarter.
Packers backup OL T.J. Lang (wrist) admitted that he won't be at 100 percent for training camp.
Packers OL T.J. Lang reportedly underwent surgery on his left wrist in early April.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy confirmed that T.J. Lang's primary position will be right tackle this season.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy believes that T.J. Lang's long-term future is at left guard.
The Packers have determined that T.J. Lang's position will be right tackle moving forward.
Packers GM Ted Thompson says he believes that T.J. Lang can play left tackle in the NFL.
Rookie T.J. Lang will start at right tackle for the Packers on Sunday against the Cowboys.