Green Bay, Wisconsin-Last year, Jared Veldheer saved the Green Bay Packers in the playoffs, and this year he can do it again-and will make NFL history in the process.
A source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Monday that the experienced offensive tackle will sign with the Packers.
Veldheer, 33, started with a left tackle from the Indianapolis Colts in Saturday’s field hike against the Baltimore Ravens. If he appears, he will be the first in NFL history at the same The season is a playoff player for two different playoff teams. In Saturday’s NFC divisional knockout game against the Los Angeles Rams.
He was allowed to sign with Green Bay because he was in the Colts’ practice lineup, was only elevated in the Colts playoff games, did not sign with the 53-man lineup, and should be allowed to practice immediately because he In the Colts̵
Due to Bryan Bulaga’s illness last year, Veldheer started as a Packer in the NFC Divisional Playoffs defeating the Seattle Seahawks. Packers induced Veldheer to retire and signed him in November 2019.
Last month, the Colts signed Veldheer and dropped out of their practice lineup.
In the regular season finals, the Packers’ left ACL torn in practice lost to David Bakhtiari with a left tackle. They started Billy Turner on Bakhtiari’s left tackle and placed Rick Wagner on the right tackle.
Veldheer is likely to be the best substitute for the playoffs, but Wagner has been hurting his knee and did not participate in any practice in the goodbye last week.
It’s also possible that the Packer might consider starting Widherr at a tackle point and then moving Turner back to his main position from last season’s right-back position-this position will partly prevent the Rams’ all-around defensive tackle Aaron Donald.