Vince Lombardi once said, "Battles are primarily won in the hearts of men."
There are a few 300-pound men on the Packers that would say battles are primarily won in the trenches.
Competition is heating up on the line of scrimmage and at Monday's practice, defensive tackle Mike Daniels and offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga butted heads.
Daniels took offense to Bulaga's hand work on fellow defensive teammate Dean Lowry during a pass rush drill. The two were separated and play continued.
"It's competition, it's going to get heated and times and that's just football," Bulaga said.
"It's good to have Mike [Daniels] on your side in these practices," Lowry added. "To play with a guy next to you like that, it's a high level of trust with Mike."
Hoping to add some fun to the offensive and defensive line competition, offensive tackle David Bakhtiari introduced a Packers heavy weight championship built to practice on Saturday. He plans to give it out to which ever side has a better day.
"Had to be a heavy weight belt obviously," Bakhtiari said. "We're pretty big guys up front."
.@DBak69 breaks out the belt!
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