Eric Wilson is back with the Pack.
On Saturday, the Green Bay Packers re-signed the 28-year-old linebacker, who was initially added to the team's roster off the New Orleans practice squad on Oct. 4 last season.
In 2022, Wilson, a former undrafted free agent out of Cincinnati, appeared in 13 games for the Packers and played 35 snaps on defense and 197 on special teams. He led Green Bay with 13 tackles on special teams and had 17 overall with one sack.
Wilson spent his first four seasons in the NFL playing for Minnesota and emerged as a starter in 2020, recording career bests in tackles (122), interceptions (3), passes defended (8), fumble recoveries (2) and sacks (3.0), the latter matching his 2019 mark.
Wilson also has suited up for Houston and Philadelphia, starting 27 of 91 career games. In total, he has 297 tackles and nine sacks.