GREEN BAY – The next chapter of Bryan Bulaga's football career will happen with the Los Angeles Chargers.
The longtime Packers right tackle has agreed to terms with the Chargers, Bulaga announced in an Instagram post Wednesday. The move reunites Bulaga with former Green Bay offensive line coach James Campen, who coached Bulaga during his first nine NFL seasons.
A first-round pick in 2010, Bulaga started 111 of the 115 regular-season games he played for the Packers. As a rookie, the 6-foot-5, 314-pound tackle became the youngest player in NFL history to start in a Super Bowl (21 years, 322 days).
Bulaga, 30, started all 16 regular-season games for the second time in his career this past season and was part of an offensive line that helped the Packers register 10 games with two or fewer sacks, tied for No. 9 in the NFL.
A respected veteran in the locker room, Bulaga was honored in 2019 with the Tom Mulhern Stand-Up Guy Award from the Wisconsin chapter of the Pro Football Writers Association.
Bulaga's departure comes one day after the Packers announced the signing of former Wisconsin offensive lineman Rick Wagner, who has started at right tackle throughout most of his seven-year NFL career.
With Bulaga's move to LA, quarterback Aaron Rodgers and kicker Mason Crosby are the only members of the Packers' Super Bowl XLV team still under contract. Cornerback Tramon Williams could return, but is currently an unrestricted free agent.
Take a look at photos of Packers T Bryan Bulaga from the 2019 season.