Jordy Nelson To Return To The Packers

Although he officially retired from the National Football League in March, he wants to make it official for the Green Bay Packers, himself and the fans.

After nearly a decade as a Packer and Aaron Rodgers' go to guy, Jordy Nelson will make a trip back to Green Bay in August and sign a one day 'ceremonial' contract so he can officially retire as a Packer.

Jordy was a second round draft pick in 2008 and compiled nearly 7,900 yards and 69 touchdowns. He also had an outstanding game in the Super Bowl win over Pittsburgh with 9 catches, 1540 yards and 1 touchdown. He was also one of the fans all time favorites.

I know that Packers' fans wish him and his family all the best.

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