Packers re-sign long snapper

Davis gets one-year deal

The Green Bay Packers reportedly signed long snapper Rob Davis to a one-year contract. The Green Bay Press-Gazette reported that Davis received a one-year deal worth $770,000, including a $25,000 signing bonus.

Davis was scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent on March 3. He has played the last nine seasons in Green Bay after signing as a free agent. Davis spent two training camps with the New York Jets (1993-94), a year with the Canadian Football League's Baltimore Stallions (1995), and a preseason with the Kansas City Chiefs (1996). He played in all 16 regular season games for Chicago in 1996 but was waived in the Bears' training camp in 1997. He signed with Green Bay later that season when Paul Frase was sidelined with a back injury and played in the Packers' final seven games.

Davis has the team's third longest active streak of consecutive games played (134, regular season), behind Brett Favre (222) and Ryan Longwell (143).

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