Fifth-round pick Andrew Quarless signs with Packers

He'll look for time behind Jermichael Finley Brad Biggs

Print This July 09, 2010, 04:02 PM EST

The Green Bay Packers have signed tight end Andrew Quarless to a four-year contract.

The fifth-round draft pick from Penn State is expected to compete for time in a backup role behind Jermichael Finley this season.

Quarless’ contract includes a signing bonus worth nearly $183,000, according to a source with knowledge of the situation. The deals keep coming in but there has yet to be a first rounder signed. Training camps kick off in less than three weeks.

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