Bryan Bulaga's Comments About Packers' Lack of Super Bowl Appearances Will Make Green Bay Fans Sad

Green Bay Packers right tackle Bryan Bulaga
Green Bay Packers right tackle Bryan Bulaga / Joe Robbins/Getty Images

For the first time in his entire career, Bryan Bulaga will not be wearing the green and gold of the Green Bay Packers, as he signed a contract with the Los Angeles Chargers in free agency. Based on his tone in a recent interview, Bulaga sounds a touch disappointed with how his Packers career ended.

Bulaga claims that he was a bit disappointed with the lack of silverware he accumulated with the Packers, as he only played in one Super Bowl despite several NFC Championship appearances.

The Chargers could be in for a rough 2020, the first year of Bulaga's three-year contract, but No. 6 overall pick Justin Herbert and the armada of talent elsewhere should help to give LA its best chance at contention in years.

Bulaga continued to muse on his time with the Packers in this interview, as he claims that a blowout loss to the Chargers in November helped convince him that this team has the tools to make some noise in the AFC.

Bulaga might have only been to one championship as a Packer, but he has quite the gauntlet of quarterbacks to get though if he wants to get another ring with an AFC team like the Chargers.