Brohm signs, all rookies under contract

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Brohm signs, all rookies under contract
Quarterback and second round draft pick Brian Brohm reportedly reached a four year deal with the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. His deal was the last of the entire draft class and all are expected to be at practice today.

The Green Bay Press-Gazette reports that the deal was similar to that signed by quarterback Chad Henne taken just one pick later than Brohm. Henne's deal was for $3.5 million that included a $1.5 signing bonus.

Rob Demovsky reports, "The signing of Brohm put the Packers one player over the 80-man roster limit for camp. Before practice today at 8:45 a.m., they will need to make a roster move. It could be as simple as putting an injured player, perhaps defensive tackle Justin Harrell, on the physically unable to perform list."

Railbird Central will report that news when we find out.
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