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Former Packers Safety Morgan Burnett Signs 3-Year Deal With Steelers

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The NFL Network is reporting former Packer safety Morgan Burnett has agreed to a three year contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers.  The deal is said to be worth a little over 14-million dollars.  The Packers are probably looking at second-year player Josh Jones as a capable replacement for Burnett.  Jones actually played more defensive snaps last season than the veteran did while Burnett was missing four games with injuries.  Burnett was drafted in the third round in 2010 and he played 109 games for Green Bay.

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