UNDATED (WHBL) - The Green Bay Packers will see two of their former starters when they play Minnesota twice this season. Multiple media reports said linebacker Desmond Bishop agreed to a one-year deal with the Vikings yesterday. He’ll join ex-Packers’ receiver Greg Jennings, who took the well-traveled one-way free-agent road from northeast Wisconsin to the Twin Cities this spring. The Packers released the 28-year-old Bishop on June 17th, after deciding to go with Brad Jones and A-J Hawk at the two middle linebacker spots. Bishop missed the entire 2012 season, after he had surgery for a hamstring injury suffered in an exhibition game against San Diego. Bishop also drew interest from Kansas City, the New York Giants, and Jacksonville after he was cut.
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