The Packers wanted to sign Letroy Guion all along.
His weird arrest delayed things, but it was a trip to see another team that might have brought it into focus.
According to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, the Packers have reached an agreement on a new one-year deal with the veteran defensive tackle.
Guion recently visited the Seahawks, which likely sparked the Packers to get something done.
Guion’s been a quality player for them, and this would have probably been done earlier if not for his February arrest on drug charges in Florida. The criminal case was thrown out as part of a plea deal for a first-offender, and he had to pay a $5,000 fine. Of course, the state of Florida is still holding $190,028.81 in cash he had on him at the time, a sum he’s trying to reclaim.