Late Friday afternoons are the place where bad news typically goes to be noticed by as few people as possible. For the Packers, this specific late Friday afternoon entailed a good news dump, with an announcement that the team has signed defensive tackle Kenny Clark.
Clark, who played college football at UCLA, inked the standard four-year deal with a fifth-year option.
Due to the school calendar at UCLA, Clark missed OTAS. He connected with defensive line coach Mike Trgovac via Skype before this week, when Clark was finally able to report for duty.
Clark recently said he wasn’t worried about not being signed. He also said he gave no thought to pulling a Joey Bosa and boycotting this week’s mandatory minicamp due to the absence of a contract.