In an article published earlier today by the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel's Tom Silverstein, Packers GM Ted Thompson revealed that the team isn't looking to add another offensive lineman in the wake of Don Barclay's injury.
"Not really," Thompson said. "We'll see. There's all kinds of turns and stops in terms of our roster. I think we have 15 total OL on our roster. We tried to acquire as many big men as we could in the off-season. We'll see."
Last season, interestingly, Barclay started fourteen games for the Pack, possibly making him a tough guy to replace.
Nonetheless, Thompson apparently isn't too concerned about his absence, an act that seems to imply confidence in whoever will take his spot.