Guion's deal is for 1 year, could be worth up to $1 million. Base of $730K. SB of $100K plus weekly roster bonuses, per a source. #PackersAt that price, there's no guarantee he even makes the opening week roster. The Vikings had been using him at nose tackle since 2010, and he hasn't been very good in that role. However, with B.J. Raji expected to play NT, the Packers probably have a different role in mind for Guion and Pro Football Focus noted that he was useful as a sub in 2010.
— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) March 17, 2014
He's still young (he'll turn 27 this summer), he only missed five games over the past four seasons, and he fits with their rumored interest in finding smaller, athletic defensive lineman (he weighs just over 300 lbs.). He has the potential to be a useful role player next season, and his contract won't be a problem if they decide to go with someone else.