Packers are expected to sign Dennis Kelly

NFL: DEC 13 Titans at Jaguars
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Green Bay is adding some depth for its five up front.

Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports offensive tackle Dennis Kelly is expected to sign with the Packers, according to Kelly’s agent Casey Muir.

Kelly spent the last five seasons with the Titans. He started all 16 games for the club at right tackle last year — the first time in his career that he’s been a full-time starter.

He entered the league as an Eagles fifth-round pick back in 2012. He’s appeared in 104 career games with 47 starts.

Kelly reportedly visited with the Texans earlier this week. His brother, Tim, is Houston’s offensive coordinator, but apparently the tackle and the organization could not come to a deal.

10 responses to “Packers are expected to sign Dennis Kelly

  1. Dennis Kelly is not all pro but has been a very good player. Titans fans were shocked we cut him.

  2. Wow it’s that bad already?
    Calm down fella who is clearly a legit packer fan. It’s not like we finished 7-9 last season.

  3. Good signing for you guys. Kelly has been great for the Titans, and most fans hated to see him go. Won’t surprise me at all if he starts.

  4. Not familiar with him he played at Purdue as is huge 6’8 320lbs 31 years old
    a candidate for RT nothing special but still a good move for depth .

  5. Needed to replace Kevin King at CB…Should’ve picked up Patrick Petersen, oh wait, he insisted on going to the Vikings. Breeland then, oh wait, he insisted on the Vikings as well. Oh well, guess King will give up one or two TD passes a game.

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