After Indianapolis Colts trump card start, Jared Veldheer to sign with Green Bay Packers

Jared Veldheer saved the Green Bay Packers in the end of the season games a year ago, and he could do it again this year and would make NFL history simultaneously.

The veteran hostile tackle will sign with the Packers, in a move that comes only days after the 33-year-old began at left tackle for the Indianapolis Colts in their trump card season finisher game against the Buffalo Bills.

Veldheer would be the principal major part in NFL history to play postseason games for two diverse season finisher groups in a similar season in the event that he shows up in the Packers’ NFC divisional season finisher game against the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday.

He is permitted to sign with Green Bay since he was on the Colts’ training crew and was raised distinctly for the Colts’ season finisher game Saturday and not endorsed to the 53-man list.

Moreover, he ought to be permitted to rehearse quickly in light of the fact that was in the Colts’ COVID-19 testing program.

Veldheer began for the Packers at right tackle in a year ago’s NFC divisional season finisher prevail upon the Seattle Seahawks due to a disease to Bryan Bulaga.

The Packers had baited Veldheer out of retirement and marked him in November of 2019.

The Colts had marked Veldheer out of another retirement to their training crew a month ago.

The Packers lost left tackle David Bakhtiari to a destroyed ACL by and by prompting the normal season finale.

They began Billy Turner at left tackle in Bakhtiari’s place and put Rick Wagner at right tackle.

Veldheer in all likelihood would fill in as the top reinforcement tackle for the end of the season games, yet Wagner has been managing a knee injury and didn’t participate in both of the works on during a week ago’s bye.

It’s likewise conceivable the Packers are thinking about beginning Veldheer at one of the tackle spots and afterward moving Turner back to his essential situation from last season, right gatekeeper the detect that would be incompletely liable for obstructing Rams All-Pro guarded tackle Aaron Donald.

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