The Green Bay Packers have re-signed restricted free agent Craig Nall. Ted Thompson, Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations, announced the signing Monday.
Nall, who turns 26 on Thursday, enters his fourth year as a reserve quarterback for Green Bay. He saw his most extensive action in 2004, played in five games and concluding the season as the Packers No. 2 quarterback. He initially moved into the role in Week 5 when Doug Pederson went on season-ending injured reserve. For the season, Nall completed 23-of-33 passes for 314 yards and four touchdowns, for a passer rating of 139.4.
The 6-3, 228-pound signal caller was originally selected in 2002 by the Packers out of Northwestern (La.) State as a fifth-round draft choice (164th overall). Nall was allocated to NFL Europe in 2003, where he started all 10 games for the Scottish Claymores, finishing as the league leader in passing yards (2,050), touchdown passes (18) and passer-rating (95.9).