Packers’ coach Mike McCarthy says his offense will return to having a tight end line up next to a tackle, at least on most plays. Speaking at the N-F-L’s owners meetings in Phoenix, McCarthy said the newly acquired Martellus Bennett will be a better option for both blocking and pass catching. But we’ll still see the former Chicago and New England veteran everywhere in the Packers’ offense on occasion along with the team’s other new tight end, former Badger Lance Kendricks. Also, McCarthy says he has no plans to move tackles Bryan Bulaga and Jason Spriggs to guard after veteran guard T-J Lang left for Detroit.