The Packers havenít had a major issue with a snap on a field goal, extra point or punt in the five years that Brett Goode has been their long snapper.
If things continue that way, theyíll be secure on those all-important plays for at least the next 3Ĺ seasons.
Goode signed a three-year contract extension, according to his agent Kevin Gold, who confirmed the signing in an email to the Press-Gazette this morning.
The deal was actually signed on Oct. 13 but never announced by the team.
ďIím very happy for him and glad he is staying where he belongs,Ē Gold said.
In 2011, Goode signed a similar extension that added two years to his contract. That deal was set to expire after this season.
This contract contained a $325,000 signing bonus, which was $25,000 more than the bonus he received on his last extension. His base salary for this season remains at $700,000 and the base salaries for the new years of his deal will be $715,000 next season, $730,000 in 2014 and $870,000 in 2015, according to NFL Players Association salary information.