Top Five Green Bay Packer Unrestricted Free Agent Signings of All Time

March 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Free agency is underway, and the flourish of big signings has begun.
Green Bay let Chad Clifton hit the open market, however, the Packers promptly re-signed him to a three-year-deal, in response to NFC North rivals signing pass rushers Julius Peppers (Bears) and Kyle Vanden Bosch (Lions).
Over recent years Ted Thompson has been wary to bring in unrestricted free agents to Green Bay. However, whilst being conservative, Thompson has a good success rate when it comes to free agents.
Ryan Pickett and Brandon Chillar have both been solid players for the Packers since their arrivals.  Undoubtedly, Thompson‘s greatest hit has been Defensive Most Valuable Player Charles Woodson.
Here is a look at Green Bay's top five unrestricted free agent acquisitions since 1993.
5. DB Mike Prior
Prior was selected by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the seventh round of the 1985 NFL Draft.
A 6'0", 208-lb defensive back from Illinois State University, Prio...

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