One of the few remaining restricted free agents has accepted his one-year contract tender from his club.
According to the NFL’s transactions, Packers linebacker Jamari Lattimore re-signed with Green Bay on Wednesday.
Lattimore (6-2, 230) recorded 35 tackles and two sacks for the Packers in 2013, appearing in 15 games and making four starts at middle linebacker. He was also a regular contributor on special teams.
A fourth-year pro from Middle Tennessee State, the 25-year-old Lattimore has played in 38 games since joining Green Bay as an undrafted free agent in 2011.
Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin and Panthers offensive tackle Byron Bell are the lone remaining restricted free agents. Teams have until Friday to sign Baldwin or Bell to offer sheets. Both were tendered at the second-round level, meaning signing clubs would have to give up a 2014 second-round pick to sign away Baldwin or Bell. Also, the Seahawks and Panthers would have five days to match any offer.