Cornerback Kevin King is staying with the Green Bay Packers after agreeing to a one-year deal worth $6 million.
King’s agent, Chad Speck, confirmed the agreement on Tuesday.
ESPN and NFL Network first reported the deal.
The move enables the Packers to keep both their starting cornerbacks from last season with Pro Bowl selection Jaire Alexander entrenched at the other spot.
King has made 36 starts in his four-year career and 25 over the last two seasons. The Packers drafted him in the second round with the 33rd overall pick in 2017.