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Draft Scout J.C. Tretter News
12/11/13 - C/G JC Tretter was activated to the 53-man roster from the physically unable to perform list Tuesday. Tretter, a fourth-round draft pick out of Cornell this year, started practicing three weeks ago after he recovered from leg and ankle injuries he sustained on the first day of organized team activities in May. The converted left tackle will have a chance to back up starting center Evan Dietrich-Smith for what's left of the season.
11/20/13 - OT JC Tretter was back on the practice field with the team Wednesday for the first time since he sustained a broken ankle on the first day of organized team activities in late May. Tretter, a fourth-round draft pick this year, has been on the physically unable to perform list since the start of the season. The team plans to ease him into practice work and make full use of the three-week window it has to evaluate him before making a decision on whether to add him to the 53-man roster by the end of the season.
08/28/13 - T J.C. Tretter (ankle) was placed on reserve/physically unable to perform by the Packers Tuesday.
07/30/13 - OL J.C. Tretter is expected to miss the entire preseason and could wind up going on injured reserve for the season. This year's fourth-round draft pick is recovering from a broken ankle he sustained on the first day of organized team activities in May.
04/28/13 - A closer look at the Packers' picks: Round 4/122 -- J.C. Tretter, G, 6-4, 307, Cornell...The converted tight end flourished in the Ivy League as a two-year starter at left tackle but, more so than the similarly versatile Bakhtiari, projects to be an interior lineman at the next level. A hard-nosed, driven Tretter could push left guard T.J. Lang or inexperienced center Evan Dietrich-Smith for a starting job. - The Sports Xchange