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What Should the Green Bay Packers Do With Johnny Jolly?
- Updated: March 3, 2013
Troubled Green Bay Packers’ defensive linemen Johnny Jolly has been reinstated by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. Johnny Jolly has been suspended indefinitely by the NFL since 2010 for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy. When he was suspended in 2010, the Packers had tendered Jolly, a restricted free agent, with a one-year $2.521 million. His salary will remain the same this season, and the Packers have to decide if they want to bring him back at $2.521 million or restructure his contract. The Packers also have the option of just releasing him.