Packers sign Corey Linsley to contract extension

The Green Bay Packers saw what happened last season when they let several key free agents leave. They’re not letting it happen again.

They signed center Corey Linsley to a contract extension on Saturday, one day after they did a four-year, $58.75 million deal with receiver Davante Adams. Both players would have hit the free-agent market in March without new deals.

Linsley, 26, is the only Packers’ offensive player to be on the field for every snap this season. The former fifth-round pick from Ohio State in 2014 will make his 54th career regular-season start on Sunday at Detroit.

Hart, who started seven games at right tackle this season, reportedly told coaches that he would not play in Sunday’s season finale against the Washington Redskins. A source told ESPN’s Jordan Raanan that starting left tackle Ereck Flowers also told coaches he would not play against Washington.

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