Packers Advised to Sign Former $22 Million Defensive Tackle

This season, the Green Bay Packers will field one of the youngest teams in recent NFL history, which means they may bring in a few veterans to reinforce crucial spots.

On Saturday, September 2, Bleacher Report's Alex Ballentine advised that the Packers do so on a defensive line that is lacking in seasoned leadership.

This is especially true in the interior, where Kenny Clark is backed up by a bevy of youthful players. 

Devonte Wyatt and T.J. Slaton will be asked to fill in for Dean Lowry and Jarran Reed, who left in free agency.

the Packers will rely on rookie Day 3 choices Colby Wooden and Karl Brooks to back them up.

Wooden and Brooks may be able to develop into those roles, but a veteran like Matthew Ioannidis would be ideal.

Despite starting 13 games for the Carolina Panthers last season, the 29-year-old remains unsigned.

Ioannidis spent one year with the Panthers after spending the first six seasons of his NFL career with the Washington Commanders, who drafted him in the fifth round in 2016.

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