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10/10/16 - OLB Nick Perry had one of the Packers' three sacks of Giants quarterback Eli Manning in Green Bay's prime-time victory Sunday. Perry has at least a half sack in all four games this season and owns the team lead with 4 1/2 sacks, already topping his previous career high of four in 2013.
05/24/16 - OLB Nick Perry received praise from head coach Mike McCarthy on Tuesday for being able to report to the spring workout program this year without any health issues hanging over him. "If you think about it, this is his first time to go through an offseason without dealing with an injury," McCarthy said of the team's 2012 first-round draft pick. "I think his conditioning, his strength levels, everything, the way he's moving, reflects that."
03/11/16 - LB Nick Perry, who became an unrestricted free agent March 9, re-signed with the Packers Thursday (March 10).
03/10/16 - LB Nick Perry signed a one-year deal to return to the Green Bay Packers.
Perry, a first-round pick in 2012 out of Southern Cal, can earn $5 million plus incentives in 2016. The Packers declined a fifth-year option on his original rookie deal that would have paid Perry $7.75 million.
He has 12.5 sacks in four seasons as mostly a subpackage player with the Packers but is coming off of a breakout postseason with 3.5 total sacks in the playoffs. That matched Perry's output in the regular season.
12/16/15 - OLB Nick Perry (shoulder) returned to the field Wednesday, practicing on a limited basis. The veteran was held out of the win over Dallas on Sunday because of his injury. Still to be determined is whether Perry is healthy enough to play at Oakland this Sunday.