Cullen Jenkins, now 32, had 29 sacks and five forced fumbles during seven seasons with the Packers.
Eagles DT Cullen Jenkins restructures deal
The former Central Michigan player had 29 sacks for the Packers in seven seasons, lining up at both defensive tackle and defensive end.
On the Packers' 2010 Super Bowl championship team, Jenkins posted a career-high seven sacks.
Among undrafted players that entered the league since 2004, Jenkins ranks fifth with 34 1/2 sacks and ranks fourth among defensive tackles with 12 1/2 sacks since 2010.
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