Packers lose Bulaga for season, offensive tackle placed on injured reserve

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- The Green Bay Packers have lost another player despite having the weekend off, placing offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga on the injured list.

Bulaga started the first nine games this year and injured his hip Nov. 4 against Arizona. He joins 11 other players who were starters or projected starters who have been hurt this year, missing a total of 40 games.

The Packers used Bulaga's spot on the active roster Monday to sign linebacker Vic So'oto. So'oto played in seven games with the Packers last year and was with the Oakland Raiders for four games this season.


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