David Bakhtiari

Green Bay Packers #69 - Offensive Tackle

  • Born: 09/30/91
  • Age: 22
  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 300
  • Seasons: 2

Meet the UDFAs: Tight Ends and Offensive Linemen


We continue looking at the unheralded (with one exception here) rookie additions to the Packers' roster by moving up to the offensive line of scrimmage.

Steve Marshall to Replace OL Asst. Joel Hilgenberg


After offensive line assistant coach Joel Hilgenberg stepped down this past weekend, the Packers have reported moved quickly, landing on Steve Marshall as his replacement.

Friday Cheese Curds

Pass-catchers are the flavor of the day in today's curds.

Bakhtiari Leads Packers in Performance-Based Pay


Due in large part to becoming the Packers' starting left tackle, David Bakhtiari earned the most performance-based compensation of any player in Green Bay.

Packers OT Marshall Newhouse signs with Bengals


Marshall Newhouse will be playing under a new quarterback next season. He will be reunited with college pal Andy Dalton in Cincinnati.

Packers to Keep Bakhtiari at LT, Hyde May Play S


Packers head coach Mike McCarthy revealed the team's plans for offensive linemen David Bakhtiari and Bryan Bulaga while also discussing the possibility of Micah Hyde playing some safety in 2014.

Packers 2014 Offseason Review: Judging Need at OT


We grade the need for the Packers to invest money or draft picks upgrading the offensive tackle position.

Free Agent and Draft Targets: Offensive Tackles

We try to identify a few offensive tackles whose skill sets and/or draft stock might make them appealing targets for the Packers.

McCarthy Discusses 2013 Season and Changes for '14


The Packers' head coach met with the media for the last time in the 2013 season on Wednesday and discussed a wide variety of topics.


Packers' Shields, Neal injure knees vs. 49ers

Knee injuries to a pair of Packers defenders could affect the team's offseason moves.

Lacy and Sitton Voted Second-Team All-Pro


The NFL's All-Pro teams were announced today, and Packers Josh Sitton and Eddie Lacy were voted to the Second-Team.

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