Green Bay gets back safety Anthony Smith from Jacksonville

The Pack have made a move for their banged up safety spot, as the team made a move with the Jags for safety Anthony Smith. Reports say that it will be a conditional seventh-round draft pick.

Smith was with the Packers last season as he was a inked as a free agent, but was released in the final cutdowns during training camp.

For the Jags, Smith didn’t against the Chargers in Week 2 and the Eagles in Week 3 because of a foot injury. He was back in Week 4 against the Colts and intercepted a pass. He played in 64 snaps against the Colts and 56 against Buffalo last week.

The Florida Times-Union states that the Jags will play Courtney Greene and Don Carey at strong safety against the Titans on Monday night. Gerald Alexander will remain the starter at free safety.

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