Bakhtiari started all 18 games for the Packers in 2019.
For the second straight season and the third time in four years, Bakhtiari started every game for the Packers. The 28-year-old protected Aaron Rodgers' blindside well and earned his second Pro Bowl bid as a result. He'll retain his starting role in 2020, the final year of his contract.
Bakhtiari (back) is officially listed as active for Sunday's game against Minnesota.
Bakhtiari was dealing with a back injury late in the week at practice, and, as evidenced by this news, it isn't serious enough to hold him out. He'll slot in at his usual spot at left tackle.
Bakhtiari (back) is planning to play in Sunday's home game against the Vikings, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Bakhtiari popped up on the injury report earlier in the week with a sore back, but, as evidenced by this news, is expected to be fine. His availablity will reinforce the offensive line, especially on Aaron Rodgers' blind side.
Bakhtiari (back) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game versus the Vikings.
According to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, Bakhtiari said his back was "just not cooperating." Bakhtiari's absence would hinder the team's offense, so his availability is important to keep an eye on Sunday.
Bakhtiari practiced Friday after missing Thursday's practice with a back injury, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Bakhtiari's absence Thursday left his status for Week 2 up in the air -- not ideal for for the effectiveness of the Packers' offense against a stout Vikings defense -- but his presence Friday puts him on track to take the field in Week 2.
Bakhtiari started Thursday's preseason game against the Ravens.
Bakhtiari suffered a hip injury in Week 17 last season, but he has not experienced any issues since. He was held out of the Packers' first exhibition game along with most of the starters, but with him able to take the field Thursday, consider him good to go for Week 1.
Bakhtiari was forced out of Sunday's game versus the Lions with a hip injury.
Bakhtiari, who protects quarterback Aaron Rodgers' blind side, nursed this hip injury ahead of Sunday's game but he was able to tough it out at the start. The Packers may be opting to hold out Bakhtiari as a precautionary measure since Rodgers is being evaluated for a concussion and DeShone Kizer has taken over under center.
Bakhtiari (hip) is active for Sunday's game versus the Lions.
Bakhtiari has suffered multiple injuries this season but he has started all 16 games as the left tackle protecting the blindside of quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Bakhtiari (knee/ankle) is active for Sunday's tilt against Arizona, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports.
Bakhtiari dealt with multiple injuries leading up to Sunday's game, and it appears he's playing through them despite not being 100 percent healthy. If he aggravates an injury, look for Jason Spriggs to step in at left tackle.
Bakhtiari (knee/ankle) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Bakhtiari is dealing with two left knee injuries and a left ankle injury but still has a chance to play Sunday after returning to practice as a limited participant. Jason Spriggs is the likely candidate to step in at left tackle should Bakhtiari not suit up.
In addition to two left knee injuries, Bakhtiari is also battling a left ankle injury and will not practice Wednesday, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports.
Bakhtiari has a laundry list of issues that will hold him out of Tuesday's practice session, leaving his status in doubt for Sunday's contest against the Cardinals. His status for Sunday's game against the Cardinals should be clarified by Friday's injury report, but the veteran missing the contest would be a big blow for the Packers, especially in regards to protecting Aaron Rodgers' blindside.
Bakhtiari suffered two different injuries to his left knee in Sunday's loss to Minnesota, Tom Silverstein of The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Bakhtiari exited Sunday's game in the third quarter with a knee injury but was able to return. Upon returning, he injured the same knee. He didn't offer specifics after the game, only saying the two injuries were different and he'd consult with doctors Monday. It's unclear if the issues will sideline him for future games, and he should be considered questionable for Week 13 until further notice. Jason Spriggs is likely to see a spot start if Bakhtiari is ultimately held out.
Bakhtiari (ankle) will play in Thursday's game against the Steelers, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
Bakhtiari spent time with the first team this week after suffering an injury over a week ago. He's expected to start, but he likely won't see extended action.
Bakhtiari (ankle) took first-team reps in practice Monday and is expected to play in Thursday's preseason game against the Steelers, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
Bakhtiari sprained his left ankle just over a week ago, but with his return to the practice field with the starters this week, the team feels confident that the blind side blocker, along with quarterback Aaron Rodgers, will be ready to go Thursday.
Bakhtiari (ankle) returned to practice Sunday but was "very limited," Rob Demovsky of ESPN reports.
Bakhtiari suffered a left ankle sprain early in training camp. The Packers will rightfully be very careful with Bakhtiari, who protects Aaron Rodgers' blindside, and Sunday was likely a test to see how well the ankle is recovering. Look for Kyle Murphy to get first-team reps as long as Bakhtiari remains out of team drills.
Bakhtiari suffered a sprained left ankle during Saturday's practice, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
This is great news for the Packers' offense after the starting left tackle was carted off the practice field. The team will likely be overly cautious with Bakhtiari, but it's not believed to be a very serious injury and he shouldn't be sidelined for too long.
Bakhtiari suffered a left ankle injury and was carted off the practice field Saturday, Tom SIlverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Packers head coach Mike McCarthy confirmed the injury was to the left ankle. It looked pretty serious at first, but Bakhtiari, Green Bay's starting left tackle, was able to get up and limp off the field. Kyle Murphy took over for Bakhtiari.
Bakhtiari was absent from Wednesday's injury report, despite receiving stitches on his right thumb during Sunday's game against the Steelers, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Bakhtiari was able to play through the issue Sunday, so he wasn't expected to miss any extra time. He'll start at left tackle in Week 13 against the Buccaneers.
Bakhtiari received stitches on his right thumb during Sunday's game against the Steelers, Michael Cohen of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
It isn't clear when Bakhtiari hurt his thumb, but it doesn't sound like he'll miss any time, considering he was able to play through the injury.
Bakhtiari aggravated his hamstring injury and is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Vikings.
Bakhtiari is unlikely to return at this point as the game enters the closing stages of the final period. Sunday was the 26-year-old's first game action since the season opener, and the Packers are forced to once again shuffle their offensive line with Brian Bulaga (concussion) and Lane Taylor (knee) already ruled out.