Packers 2020 Free Agency Target: DL Mike Daniels

After spending his entire seven year career with the Green Bay Packers, defensive lineman Mike Daniels left the organization last offseason in favor of their division rival Detroit Lions.

Fast forward a year, and Daniels is once again set to hit the open market. At 30-years-old with recent injuries plaguing his availability, Daniels may not get a whole lot of attention once free agency rolls around.

This means he could be relatively cheap to bring in, as he’ll likely slot in as a rotational piece for any team’s defensive front.

Since the Packers cut Daniels last year, they’ve had a hole to fill on their defensive line. Bringing Daniels back to Green Bay would make some sense, but only if the price is right.

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