Packers are bringing back veteran long snapper!

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After sitting out seven games, Brett Goode is on his way back to the Green Bay Packers. The Packers are going to re-sign him if everything looks good with him physically. He’s been on injured reserve since late in September, but Green Bay negotiated an injury settlement in order to resign him ahead of schedule.

Goode was on injured reserve thanks to a hamstring injury he suffered against the Cincinnati Bengals. The Packers signed Taybor Pepper to replace Goode, but he broke his foot at the beginning of the month and went on injured reserve also.

Derek Hart was called up to become the long snapper. Hart was with Packers during training camp but struggled with accuracy. We saw those struggles against the Bears when Hart botched a snap on a field goal attempt in the fourth quarter that led to Mason Crosby missing a huge field goal. Luckily, the Packers didn’t lose as a result.

Goode is a seasoned veteran for the Packers. He has played in 145 games since 2008.