There are still plenty of questions when it comes to the Packers quarterback situation. But there’s more clarity on who will snap the ball every play.
Green Bay signed second-round pick Josh Myers to his four-year rookie deal on Friday, per Tom Pelissero of NFL Media. The center’s contract is worth $5,580,142 with a $1,418,284 signing bonus.
Myers is coming in to replace Corey Linsley — another former Ohio State center — who signed with the Chargers in free agency. Myers started 21 games for the Buckeyes and was a first-team All-Big Ten honoree in 2020.
The Packers have now signed two draft picks, with sixth-rounder Cole Van Lanen signing his deal on Thursday. They have six unsigned selections remaining.