Packers Re-Sign LS Brett Goode

Brett Goode spent the past nine seasons as the Packers’ long snapper and will have a chance to belatedly compete for that role this season. Goode will take Letroy Guion‘s roster spot.

Goode will compete with rookie Derek Hart for Green Bay’s long-snapping responsibilities. The 32-year-old Goode played in every Packers game except for two since the start of the 2008 season. A former UDFA out of James Madison, Hart signed with the Packers in late March. His last season with the Dukes came in 2014, but the Packers pact represented his first NFL contract.

The Packers have used this tactic before. They signed Goode just before the start of last season, and he snapped in all 19 Green Bay games. So Hart will be fighting an uphill battle in terms of experience before roster cutdown day.

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