GREEN BAY -- Green Bay Packers left tackle David Bakhtiari was taken off the field on a cart, dampening the spirits Saturday, Aug. 4 at Family Night at Lambeau Field.
Bakhtiari walked to the cart with his left shoe removed.
Bakhtiari was named a second-team All-Pro each of the last two seasons, the first Packers offensive tackle to earn back-to-back All-Pro accolades since Hall of Famer Forrest Gregg.
The Packers have been getting through training camp without one of their starting offensive tackles. Right tackle Bryan Bulaga practiced on Friday for the first time since suffering a torn right ACL against Detroit on Nov. 6 but did not practice on Saturday.
"The sooner we can get the five we think are going to be the first five kind of starting to get a chance to jell together, the better," quarterback Aaron Rodgers said on Friday.
Ten players did not practice for the Packers, including receiver Randall Cobb (ankle) and defensive tackle Mike Daniels (quad).
It was expected to be a special night in Green Bay on Saturday during the annual Family Night celebration -- not only for the fans, but also the players.
FOX6 News spotted a lot of kids on hand, including children of Packers' players.
"It's just an awesome experience -- especially for the guys and us, to bring our family out and for the young guys, I don't know if they still do it, but when I was in my first year, they fly your parents in. It says a lot about the organization. It's a big deal and it just creates a family atmosphere which is why it's called Family Night," said Packers' QB Brett Hundley.
It was another practice, but it was practice inside Lambeau Field, with the fans watching.
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