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Packers release guard Wahle

GREEN BAY, Wis. (March 1, 2005) -- The Green Bay Packers cut left guard Mike Wahle to gain cap room.

The team also cut center Grey Ruegamer, who filled in when Mike Flanagan went down with a season-ending knee injury in the first month of last season.

The Packers re-signed wide receiver/kick returner Antonio Chatman and defensive end R-Kal Truluck to one-year deals and they tendered offers to six restricted free agents: tackle Kevin Barry, running back Najeh Davenport, defensive end Aaron Kampman, linebacker Paris Lenon and quarterbacks Craig Nall and J.T. O'Sullivan.

Wahle was the Packers' starter at left guard for the last four seasons and played in 103 consecutive games. He helped the Packers establish franchise records in total net yards (6,357) and net passing yards (4,449), and its franchise low for sacks allowed (14).

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