The Score "The Green Bay Packers are expected to re-sign right tackle Bryan Bulaga, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Bulaga has told a small group of teammates that he will be re-joining the Packers. Rapoport reports that Bulaga's new deal is for five years,..." March 10
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "The Packers may have gotten a deal done with WR Randall Cobb, but things aren't looking as promising with RT Bryan Bulaga. Two league sources familiar with the offensive tackle market said that they have been told that Bulaga is seeking a deal worth between $7 million and $8 million and has a..." March 08
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "The Green Bay Packers have all the salary cap money in the world to use toward free agent wide receiver Randall Cobb and offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga, but it doesn't mean they are going to spend it on someone else's terms. And so, on the last day a team could tag one of its free agents with a..." March 03
ACME Packing Company "Though there are two players who might tempt the Packers to use the Franchise Tag in 2015, their positions mean that it makes little sense for Ted Thompson to tag either one. Today marks the opening of the Franchise and Transition Tag period in the NFL, and several front offices around the..." February 17
Covers.com "Green Bay Packers tackle Bryan Bulaga was upgraded to probable for Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers." December 20
Packers OT Bryan Bulaga tore his MCL in the Thursday night opener, per source. Undetermined how much time he might miss.
Second opinion is back on Packers LT Bryan Bulaga: He'll have surgery to repair a torn ACL once the swelling goes down per league source.
Pro Football Talk "Packers doctors have determined that left tackle Bryan Bulaga has a torn ACL in his knee. But Bulaga has sought a second opinion from Dr. James Andrews. Until it comes coach Mike McCarthy isn’t ready to assume Bulaga is done for the year. “We’re still waiting on a medical opinion” McCarthy..." August 06
Lombardi Ave "The Green Bay Packers have been looking to improve the blindside of Aaron Rodgers after Marshall Newhouse didn’t seem to cut it in 2012. The Packers’ plan was to move Bryan Bulaga over to left tackle because he had proven to be one of the few good players on the offensive line. The Packers..." August 05
Pro Football Talk "We’re still several days away from the first full weekend of preseason action and yet another player is done for the duration. Per a league source Packers left tackle Bryan Bulaga has indeed suffered a torn ACL in his knee. The injury happened during Saturday night’s intra-squad scrimmage...." August 05