Packers RT Bryan Bulaga Clears Concussion Protocol and is Good to Go to Face Seahawks

Bryan Bulaga
Green Bay Packers RT Bryan Bulaga will be ready Sunday to take on the Seahawks. | Al Bello/Getty Images

The Green Bay Packers just got a 6-5, 315-pound gift ahead of their Divisional Round showdown with the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.

With fans worried Bryan Bulaga wouldn't be able to suit up, it was just announced he has cleared the concussion protocol.

Yup, No. 75 will be back in the trenches at his usual right tackle spot, ready to protect Aaron Rodgers.

Bulaga injured himself in the team's Week 17 win over the Lions. Fortunately for Green Bay, though, they earned the No. 2 seed in the NFC and a first-round bye, giving Bulaga an extra week to get himself healthy.

He's been able to practice this week, but his status was up in the air leading up to Wednesday. Getting that kind of experience back on the line is obviously monstrous, especially with guys like Jadeveon Clowney ready to try and get in Rodgers' face early and often for Seattle.

In what should be a see-saw battle between the Packers and Hawks, having Bulaga on the field could prove to make the difference. Sunday can't get here soon enough.