Packers re-sign LB Jamari Lattimore to a one year deal

Today the Green Bay Packers re-signed Jamari Lattimore to a one year deal. Packers re-signed restricted free agent ILB Jamari Lattimore to a one-year, $1.431 million contract.

Jamari Lattimore went undrafted and signed with the Green Bay Packers. He was converted from defensive end back into a linebacker and mainly served on special teams for his first two years. He made his first NFL start against the Cleveland Browns on October 20 and recorded a sack filling in because of the injuries at linebacker.

Lattimore ultimately decided to play for the Blue Raiders. He started out as a linebacker but was then moved to defensive end. During his first season with the team he played in all twelve games and made his first career start against Florida Atlantic University. During his first ever college game he registered his first career tackle against Troy. During a game against North Texas he registered a then career-best two sacks. He ended the year with 22 tackles (5.5 for loss), 3.5 sacks, and broke up two passes.

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