The talent-heavy Packers launched free agency by focusing on their kicker. A day after losing defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins, they’ve locked up two members of the offense who could have taken their brand new Super Bowl rings into a brand new locker room.
Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that fullback John Kuhn has signed a three-year deal to remain in Green Bay.
Kuhn’s agent, Keith Gold, tells Dunne that Kuhn is now one of the highest-paid fullbacks in the league. Earlier today, Vonta Leach secured the top spot, via a three-year, $11 million deal, with $6 million guaranteed.
Earlier today, receiver James Jones decided to stay with the Packers.