It’s a one-year contract, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic tweets. Levine is one of the longest-tenured members of the organization as well as a team captain, so he’s an important piece even though he doesn’t play much on defense. Levine has been with the team since originally signing to the practice squad back in 2012. He got his start in the league as an undrafted free agent with the Packers in 2010.
A Tennessee State product, Levine played only a few percent of the defensive snaps last year but is a core special teamer. As recently as 2019 though he played a sizable role on defense, logging 17 percent of the defensive snaps that season. He got $1.812M on the one-year deal he signed in March last year, so we can probably assume this new contract is worth somewhere around there. He turned 34 last month.