If there is one thing no team in the NFL can never have enough of, it’s pass rushers and the Green Bay Packers are no exception. Outside of Clay Matthews, the team lacks a dominant pass rusher and now that former Packer defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins is back on the market, it could be a great opportunity for the team to add some much-needed juice to its interior pass rush.
Jenkins came to the Packers as an un-drafted free agent in 2004 went onto start 66 games in seven seasons with the organization, eventually turning into a key player along the defensive line as he totaled 29 sacks, 188 tackles and six forced fumbles in seven seasons with the team.
Following the Packers’ 2010 Super Bowl Championship, on which Jenkins was a key member, the former Central Michigan standout, left the team to sign a five-year $25 million deal with the Philadelphia Eagles. But two seasons and nine and a half sacks later, he was released and is now a free agent.
Obviously, the Packers were mentioned as...