Defensive tackle Letroy Guion was arrested earlier in the offseason for possession of a firearm and 357 grams of marijuana, so it delayed his opportunity to sign a new deal as a free agent.
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He experienced a breakout season with the Green Bay Packers in 2014 with a career-high 3.5 sacks, and he has re-signed with them to a one-year deal after receiving interest from the Seattle Seahawks.
He will receive $2.75 million in his new deal, according to ESPN. This is a raise from his 2014 deal, which was worth $1 million.
Guion filled in as the Packers’ starting nose tackle after B.J. Raji went down with a season-ending bicep tear.
Guion will likely receive a suspension in the upcoming season, but he will not face any jail time after pleading no contest and accepting a $5,000 fine.
ESPN Packers writer Rob Demovsky announced Guion re-signing on Twitter.
#Packers and Letroy Guion have reached an agreement on a 1-year deal, per a source. Expected to be signed by tomorrow.
— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) March 30, 2015