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Packers' Andrew Quarless had discussions with eight teams since Saturday

Green Bay Packers tight end Andrew Quarless is a coveted free agent and has reportedly talked to eight teams.

From ESPN:

The former fifth-round draft pick from Penn State already is drawing plenty of interest on the free-agent market, according to his agent, Chris Cabot.

Cabot said Monday that he has had discussions with the Packers and seven other NFL teams about Quarless since the free-agent negotiating period opened on Saturday.

The Packers have the upper hand so far, they’re the only team that can sign Quarless till the free agency period starts Tuesday afternoon. With that kind of interest it might be hard to get that done though.


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