The Green Bay Packers are continuing to bring back their entire offense as they have re-signed fullback John Kuhn to a one-year contract.
They previously gave new contracts to wide receiver Randall Cobb and right tackle Bryan Bulaga.
They have completed the final piece to their offense puzzle by bringing back their fan favorite, who always draws “Kuuuuuhn” cheers from Packers fans when he carries the ball.
Kuhn is being signed to the league minimum, which is worth $870,000.
His primary role in the Packers offense is as a blocker, but he will often be asked to gain short yardage as he carried the ball 24 times for 85 yards and a touchdown in 2014.
He made the second Pro Bowl of his career last season, and he will continue to be the primary blocker for running back Eddie Lacy.
The Packers are expected to have the best offense in the NFL next season as MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers leads a talented supporting cast.
They will seek to prove that they can put a heartbreaking NFC Championship loss to the Seattle Seahawks behind them.
Packers left guard T.J. Lang gave a ringing endorsement to his teammate.
— TJ Lang (@TJLang70) April 13, 2015