The Packers made a big splash in free agency by signing defensive end Julius Peppers after years of facing him twice a season with the Bears.
On Monday, the Packers landed another defensive lineman with NFC North experience. It is not nearly quite as big a splash this time around.
Guion spent the last six years with the Vikings after he was a fifth-round pick in the 2008 draft and was a starter for the last two of those seasons. He recorded 52 tackles, three sacks and a forced fumble over those years as a starter, but is likely to find himself in a reserve role now that he’s in Green Bay. The Packers recently re-signed B.J. Raji to go with Mike Daniels, Datone Jones, Josh Boyd and Jerel Worthy up front.