Wide receiver continues to be the most pressing offseason need for the Green Bay Packers, but on Tuesday afternoon, the team bolstered another area of need by landing a veteran defensive lineman in free agency.

Former Seahawk and Kansas City Chief Defensive Tackle Jarran Reed has signed with the Packers on a 1-year deal per Rob Demovsky. Further contract details have not been released.

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Reed, who was drafted in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft by Seattle, played his college football at the University of Alabama.

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It will be the veteran's third team in the last three seasons after spending 2021 with the Kansas City Chiefs. In six total seasons as a pro, Reed has notched 237 total tackles, 24.5 sacks, and 5 forced fumbles.

Reed, 29, will immediately be an upgrade on the interior defensive line for the Packers, joining All-Pro Kenny Clark. Clark made his second career Pro Bowl this past season with the team.

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It's another savvy signing by the Green Bay front office, but we'll see what if anything is done to address the depleted wide receiver corps prior to the NFL Draft.

Source: Rob Demovsky Twitter and Pro Football Reference

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