In 1998, Marco Rivera started 15 of 16 regular season games at the left guard spot for the Green Bay Packers after winning the job in training camp. He eventually moved to the right guard position where he became a three-time NFL Pro Bowler.
In 2002, Rivera raised his game to a higher level with a performance that earned him his first career Pro Bowl selection. He started every game of the season — despite playing with torn medial collateral ligaments in both knees. By 2004, Rivera was the anchor on the Packers offensive line, starting all 16 regular-season games and earning his second straight Pro Bowl appearance.
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