Packers sign Daniels to contract extension

The Packers have relied on their defense more this season than they have in a long time, and now they'll be able to rely on defensive lineman Mike Daniels for years to come.

Daniels has signed a contract extension with the Packers that reports say is worth $42 million over four years. Daniels has 56 tackles, 12 quarterback hits and four sacks this season as a key performer on a much-improved defensive front. The 26-year-old was a fourth round Packers draft pick out of Iowa in 2012.

Daniels said he wanted to stay in Green Bay, where he lives during the offseason. He says he wants to win Super Bowls with the Packers.

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