Green Bay Press-Gazette reports that the Pack and left guard T.J. Lang have come to terms on a four-year deal.
Though he has been a full-time starter for only one season, the Packers saw enough in left guard T.J. Lang to lock him up long term. His agent, Mike McCartney, announced on his Twitter account that Lang signed a four-year contract extension with the Packers. Lang won the job last season after the Packers let Daryn Colledge leave in free agency. Lang started all 16 regular-season games plus the playoffs last year. He was a backup for his first two seasons and would have been an unrestricted free agent after this season.