Let's talk about that Packers pass rush!

Shortly after it was reported that they were finalizing a deal with former Ravens elite pass rusher ​Za'Darius Smith, Green Bay is reportedly signing former Redskins OLB Preston Smith. ​

​​Drafted by Washington out of Mississippi State back in 2015, Smith is about as durable as any player in the NFL, playing in 64 out of a possible 64 games over the last four seasons, including starting all 16 games in each of the past three years. 

During that span he recorded 24.5 tackles and 29 tackles for loss. His most productive season, however, came in 2017, where he tallied 42 tackles, eight sacks, 10 TFLs, three passes defended and two interceptions. 

A pass rush including the likes of Preston, Za'Darius, Kenny Clark and Mike Daniels is not something to be trifled with. 

That's not to say this Green Bay D is a world beater just yet, though. They could still make do with ​more additions to the secondary and linebacker positions. 

Regardless, it's still a huge day for all the Cheeseheads out there.