CULLEN JENKINS (DEFENSIVE TACKLE)
A multifaceted lineman who immediately impressed coaches with his first step quickness off the edge and ability to play inside on third down after a stint in NFL Europe in 2004.
Jenkins eventually replaced Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila in the starting lineup.
Once the Packers switched over to a 3-4 alignment in 2009, the 293-pound defender strictly rushed quarterbacks from the interior much like Mike Daniels does now.
When healthy, Jenkins featured a variety of pass rush moves and also had a penchant for batting down passes at the line of scrimmage. He, in fact, recorded nine knockdowns in 2007.
At 35 years old, the well-traveled veteran is now an unsigned free agent. Who knows if Ted Thompson is interested in a reunion at some point by bringing Jenkins back in the fold as a rotational player?
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