Saturday, July 12, 2014

Free Agent Safety Jim Leonhard Has "Had Conversations" With The Packers

Free Agent Safety Jim Leonhard has "had conversations" with the Packers as well as other teams,'s Marc Sessler reports. 

Leonhard, a 10 year NFL veteran, played for the Bills in 2013, recording a career-high four interceptions as Buffalo went 4-12.

Earlier this offseason, interestingly, the 31 year-old actually said that he has plans to retire after the upcoming fall, something that could end up luring him to Green Bay, as they obviously give him the best chance of winning a Super Bowl.

Leonhard, 31, has been in the league since 2005, recording 385 tackles from then until now.

1 comment:

Brandon said...

He doesn't seem at all like the type of player the Packers would sign, but they did give Vince Young and Cedric Benson chances. I guess Leonhard would fall into that category.