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Packers sign former Washington DT Treyvon Hester

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Former Raiders, Eagles, and Redskins lineman will provide depth on the defensive line

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The Packers have signed defensive lineman Treyvon Hester, bolstering a thin position group that went unaddressed in the 2020 NFL Draft.

The 6-2, 304 pound Hester was a seventh-round pick by the then-Oakland Raiders in 2017 and has since played one year each with the Raiders, Eagles, and Redskins, providing rotational depth in each of his stops.

In his three seasons, Hester has recorded two sacks and four tackles for a loss. His most notable contribution, however, came during his time with the Eagles in 2018, when he tipped Cody Parkey’s infamous (and glorious!) “double doink” field goal attempt in the playoffs.

He will wear number 93 for the Packers.