The Green Bay Packers have signed former St. Louis Rams tight end Matthew Mulligan to a one-year deal with, reports Weston Hodkiewicz of the Green Bay Press Gazette.
Mulligan's agent, Kristen Kuliga also confirmed the signing Sunday.
Mulligan, 28 last year in St. Louis, where had his highest output, with eight catches for 84 yards and a TD while playing in 16 games with nine starts.
He came into league as an undrafted free agent out of the University of Maine, latching on with the Miami Dolphins. He's aslo spent some time with Tennessee Titans and New York Jets.
Hodkiewicz Writes: 'The Packers showed significant interest in Mulligan after his release last month by the Rams. He visited Green Bay on Monday and Tuesday. A veteran of 50 NFL games. Mulligan has primarily been utilized as a blocking tight end, a position the Packers are looking to fill after Tom Crabtree signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last month.
Mulligan has experience both on special teams and as a backu...