Corey Linsley, Packers Agree to 3-Year, $25.5 Million Contract Extension


The Packers announced that center Corey Linsley signed a contract extension this morning.

Though Green Bay didn't officially disclose terms of the deal, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports that Linsley's new contract is worth $25.5 million over the next three seasons. This comes one day after locking up another potential free agent, wide receiver Davante Adams.

Doing the deals before the end of this season allows the Packers to prorate a portion of the signing bonuses on the new deals on this year's salary cap.

Linsley has started all 53 regular-season games he's played in since entering the National Football League as a fifth-round draft choice in 2014, including all 16 games as a rookie.

Linsley, 26, is the only Packers' offensive player to be on the field for every snap this season.

Adams was drafted in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft (No. 53 overall) and has been a key contributor for the Packers since.

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