The Green Bay Packers have found center Scott Wells‘ replacement. The team signed veteran Jeff Saturday, who was formerly with the Indianapolis Colts.
The deal is for two years.
In Saturday, the Packers get a solid veteran who probably doesn’t have too many years left. He’s 36, but he’s proven to be durable. Saturday has only missed four games in the past seven seasons. He’s also proven to be good, making five Pro Bowls in his career.
Saturday is the first free agent from another team GM Ted Thompson has signed in two years. The Packers beat out Denver and Tennessee for his services.