Packers Resign Kuhn, Match Richardson’s Offer Sheet

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The Green Bay Packers will have two familiar faces back for next season after the team resigned veteran full back John Kuhn, and matched Oakland’s offer to Sean Richardson.

Last week the Raiders made an offer to Richardson that was reportedly worth $2.55 million dollars. Since Richardson was a restricted free agent the Packers had until Monday to match the offer or let the fourth year safety move to Oakland.

With the deadline nearing the Packers chose to bring back Richardson on a one year contract after accounting for 22 total tackles in 2014.

Also getting a new deal this offseason is John Kuhn, who has been with the Packers since 2007 and played in 132 games with 26 starts. Kuhn is also coming off his first Pro Bowl season, and was named an All-Pro.

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