Going into training camp, the Packers don't have a starting Center.
They have a couple of candidates in sophomore J.C. Tretter and rookie Cory Linsley, but no definite leader.
Despite that, QB Aaron Rodgers doesn't seem to care who wins the competition, but does want whoever does to stay around for a while.
“Hopefully, we can get a guy who can stick for five or six years,” Rodgers recently told the team's official website. “As a quarterback, you appreciate when you can have some continuity there and some consistency.”
While that last sentence is true, I'd imagine a change at the position wouldn't effect Rodgers too much, as the former MVP has already worked with different guys each of the last two seasons.