The Green Bay Packers locked up one of their young defensive players with a four-year deal on Monday, getting a head start on what promises to be a busy offseason. Too bad it was linebacker Brandon Chillar celebrating a new deal and not standout safety Nick Collins. Chillar inked the four-year, $21 million pact, which will pay him $9.5 million next year alone, through the same agency Nick Collins is represented by. Meanwhile, as reported by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel , negotiations with Collins and his agent Dave Butz have gone nowhere. "There is really nothing to talk about. Nothing is going on," said Butz on Monday. The signing of Chillar is not the issue, even if the up front money is a bit staggering for a player not considered to be elite at his position. Chillar has proven adept ...
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