Pack's defensive line to be tested by CardinalsWisconsin Sports
-- The Green Bay Packers’ defensive line will get a big test during tonight’s exhibition game against the Arizona Cardinals at Lambeau Field.
GREEN BAY - The Green Bay Packers’ defensive line will get a big test during tonight’s exhibition game against the Arizona Cardinals at Lambeau Field.
C.J. Wilson and Jarius Wynn will get a lot of playing time, as defensive end Mike Neal recovers from a knee injury suffered at practice on Tuesday. The Packers could find out whether they have enough depth on the defensive front, after Cullen Jenkins left for Philadelphia. The Packers are also giving rookie Lawrence Guy a chance to make the defensive line corps. But Guy won’t play tonight, as he gets over symptoms of a concussion. We could also find out tonight whether rookie running back Alex Green has recovered from a quad injury. Green could get a lot of playing time if James Starks doesn’t go. Starks has a bad ankle.
On the Cardinals’ side, quarterback Kevin Kolb (Cobb) will get another chance to get comfortable with his new offense after being traded from Philadelphia. Kolb says he’s been learning a lot. Also, former Packers’ guard Daryn Colledge will start on Arizona’s offensive line. He bolted to the Cards’ in free agency a couple weeks ago.