Packers And Lang Agree On Extension

The Green Bay Packers announced Tuesday that they have locked up another of their offensive starters.  The team and left guard T.J. Lang agreed on a four year contract extension Monday night.  The 2009 fourth round draft pick out of Eastern Michigan, was one of two offensive lineman to start every game in 2011.  Lang knew that last season was a make or break year for him…

Before last season, Lang made changes in both his personal and professional life.  It was those changes which led to a starting spot and his new contract…

According to reports, Lang’s deal is worth 20.8 million dollars with a five and a half million dollar signing bonus.  Lang said the money will not change him or the way he plays…

During his four years in the NFL, Lang has appeared in 44 games, starting 19.  In 2011, he blocked for an offense that was first in scoring and third in yardage.

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