The Green Bay Packers have reportedly reached an agreement with defensive tackle Letroy Guion.
The deal is for one year and $2.75 million. Guion’s earnings for 2015 represent a sizable increase over his earnings from 2014, when he made just $1 million on a one-year deal.
#Packers and Letroy Guion have reached an agreement on a 1-year deal, per a source. Expected to be signed by tomorrow.
— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) March 30, 2015
Although the Packers have long said they wanted Guion back, despite his arrest earlier this offseason, they weren’t real quick to do anything about it. That changed when Guion got sick of waiting around and visited the Seattle Seahawks on Friday.
Lo and behold, Ted springs into action like a jungle cat!
Getting Guion back was key for the Packers. Without him, the defensive line would have become another question mark on a defense that suddenly has a couple of them.
With Guion back in the fold, the Packers look just fine on the defensive line, at least for the 2015 season.
Nice prod in the ass of Teddy by Guion.
Dunno how much that arrest affected this “supposed” contract.
How much would a fair deal to Guion be, considering his performance ’14 and his arrest?