Packers continue to re-sign their own players


After re-signing Sam Shields and Mike Neal, the Packers came to a deal with yet another one of their own players. Tight End Andrew Quarless will remain a Packer. The details of the deal were not immediately made available.

Quarless took over the starting job when Jermichael Finley succumbed to season ending injury. With Finley visiting Seattle, the Packers have seemingly decided to stick with Quarless. After having a visit scheduled with Owen Daniels and nothing coming of it, the Packers decided to resign Quarless.

Quarless was a favorite target of Matt Flynn when Aaron Rodgers was injured last season, and touchdown passes to Quarless were a big part in the Packers two come back wins under Matt Flynn against Atlanta and Dallas.

It’s possible still that the Packers will add another tight end via the draft in May, but adding one for more money via free agency now seems unlikely.

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