The Green Bay Packers went on a bit of a spending spree today, but they might not be done. The Packers could also bring back Clay Matthews and have him play inside linebacker.

According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Tom Silverstein, who initially shared the thought, the Packers could conceivably bring back Clay Matthews and allow him to play as a “rover” inside linebacker.

This is something that the Packers have usually dedicated a safety to, but thanks to how well Matthews has developed as a run-stopping linebacker, and with the team also looking for help in the pass rush and safety market, it might make some sense for the team to try and bring back someone who knows the system on a cheaper deal.

The Packers have already done quite a bit of spending this free agency, signing linebackers Preston Smith and Za’Darius Smith to big deals, as well as adding safety Adrian Amos and offensive lineman Billy Turner to the team.

After last seasons 6-9-1 effort, and with injuries and age taking a toll on the team, many thought that the Packers would be rebuilding for a couple of seasons before being able to contend for a Super Bowl title again. However, it’s clear that general manager Brian Gutekunst is keen on using every avenue of team building that he can, and with the Packers also having two first-round draft picks in the upcoming NFL Draft, it looks like the Green Bay rebuild might not last as long as some people initially thought.