Bulaga will sign with the Chargers, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
The 31-year-old, who the Packers drafted in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft, will no doubt bolster the Chargers' offensive line and will provide added protection for whichever QB starts for the team in 2020. Per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Bulaga's deal is for three years and $30 million.
Bulaga (illness) was limited at Wednesday's practice for non-injury reasons.
Bulaga suited up for the divisional-round win over the Seahawks, but he didn't end up playing a snap while battling the illness. Coach Matt LaFleur indicated earlier in the week Bulaga was merely dealing with a 24-hour bug and is now feeling better, and the fact the right tackle isn't being listed with an illness on the report offers evidence that he's healthy again. Bulaga was limited for the walk-through session in what looks to have been a veteran rest day, so he should be available to reprise his usual starting duties Sunday in the NFC Championship Game at San Francisco.
Bulaga may have been dealing with a 24-hour flu bug this weekend, and the lineman was feeling better Tuesday, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Bulaga was active for the divisional-round win over the Seahawks, but he didn't play a snap due to his illness. Coach Matt LaFleur doesn't seem concerned about Bulaga's status for Sunday's NFC championship versus the 49ers, and that will likely be reflected on the Packers' initial injury report Wednesday.
Bulaga (illness) is active for Sunday's NFC divisional-round playoff game against the Seahawks.
Bulaga was a late addition to Green Bay's injury report due to an ailment, but he'll suit up for Sunday's must-win game in spite of the illness. The veteran will reprise his usual starting role at right tackle.
Bulaga is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's playoff game against the Seahawks due to an illness.
Bulaga managed to fully clear the concussion protocol Wednesday, but he's now dealing with an undisclosed ailment. Backup tackle Alex Light is also listed as questionable for Sunday's NFC divisional-round tilt due to an illness.
Bulaga cleared the concussion protocol and was a full practice participant Wednesday, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
The 30-year-old sustained the concussion during the regular-season finale against the Lions, but the Packers' first-round bye will allow him to return without missing a game. Bulaga should take up his usual starting post at right tackle for Green Bay.
Bulaga is progressing through concussion protocol and will be allowed to practice this week, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
The Packers won't hold an official practice until Wednesday, so expect Bulaga to take part in that session in at least a limited capacity. He's on the right track, but he still needs to overcome a few more hurdles before gaining clearance for Sunday's divisional-round matchup versus the Seahawks.
Bulaga suffered a concussion and is out for the remainder of Sunday's game against Detroit.
Bulaga was forced to leave the game in the third quarter, and this news confirms that the veteran suffered a concussion. The Packers did earn a first-round bye in the NFC Playoffs on Sunday, so Bulaga will have an extra week to rest before the next game. The 30-year-old will need to clear the league's concussion protocol, however, before he's able to return.
Bulaga left Sunday's game against the Lions and is being evaluated for a concussion.
It's unclear how Bulaga picked up the head injury, but he'll head into the league's mandated concussion protocol. As long as the veteran is sidelined, look for Jared Veldheer to take over as the team's starting right tackle.
Bulaga (knee) is active Week 13 against the Giants.
Bulaga exited the Week 12 matchup against San Francisco with a knee injury, and his absence was a big reason quarterback Aaron Rodgers was sacked five times. His return following a limited practice week provides a boost not only for Rodgers, but for Aaron Jones and the running game as well.
Bulaga (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Giants.
Bulaga suffered an MCL sprain in the first quarter of Week 12's loss to the 49ers but was able to turn in two limited practices during the week. Coach Matt LaFleur said the team would monitor the 30-year-old for soreness Saturday before making a decision about his status against the Giants.
Bulaga (knee) is believed to have suffered an MCL sprain during Sunday's loss to the 49ers, Ian Rapoport of NFL Networkreports.
Bulaga exited Sunday's contest during the first quarter. It's certainly positive news for Green Bay that the starting right tackle has avoided a major injury -- such as a torn ACL, as he suffered during the 2017 season -- but to have Bulaga nursing a multi-week injury is nonetheless a notable blow. Alex Light will slot into the starting lineup as long as Bulaga is unable to go.
Bulaga didn't suffer a major knee injury during Sunday's loss to the 49ers, Rob Demovsky of ESPN reports.
Bulaga had his right knee rolled up on in the first quarter, and it was easy for Packers faithful to fear he reinjured the ACL he tore in the 2017 season. However, it's not that serious, although it's possible he misses the next game or two. Alex Light was a liability as Bulaga's replacement. Granted, he was up against Nick Bosa for most of the night, so the Packers should be able to tolerate Bulaga's potential absence more effectively against the Giants and Redskins.
Bulaga (knee) has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the 49ers.
Bulaga had his leg rolled up on from behind, which is always worrisome for an offensive lineman. At minimum, he'll miss the remainder of this contest. Bulaga's loss is a major blow to Green Bay's offensive line.
Bulaga had to go to the locker room with a knee injury Sunday against the 49ers, Olivia Reiner of the Journal Sentinel reports.
Bulaga was escorted to the medical tent, then promptly made his way to the locker room. Alex Light is in at right tackle for Green Bay, while Bulaga's return should be considered questionable at this time.
Bulaga (finger) is absent from the Packers' final injury report ahead of Sunday's clash against the Chargers, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
Bulaga was unable to finish Sunday night's victory over the Chiefs due to a finger injury and was subsequently limited at practice all week. Still, it looks like Green Bay was just erring on the side of caution with its starting right tackle. Barring any setbacks, the Iowa product looks ready to take on his usual heavy workload.
Bulaga (finger) is hopeful to be ready for Sunday's clash against the Chargers, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Bulaga was forced out of Sunday night's victory over the Chiefs after injuring his finger. The hope is that he will be able to play through the injury without having to wear a club cast. Alex Light would be in line to replace him should he ultimately not be given the green light.
Bulaga exited Sunday's game against the Chiefs due to a hand injury and his return is questionable.
The training staff could be seen trying to tape up or splint Bulaga's finger on the sideline, but they were unsuccessful and Bulaga had to be taken back to the locker room.
Bulaga (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game versus the Cowboys.
Bulaga practiced in a limited fashion all week and will start at right tackle against a fierce Cowboys' pass rush.
The Packers have officially listed Bulaga (shoulder) as questionable for Sunday's matchup with the Cowboys, Rob Demovsky of ESPN reports.
Bulaga injured his shoulder in last week's loss to the Eagles and was unable to return. Alex Light subsequently struggled in his absence. The Iowa product was able to practice in limited fashion all week and is looking like a true game-time decision.