GREEN BAY, Wis. — The Green Bay Packers never developed another pass-rusher behind Clay Matthews and Nick Perry during training camp, so the day after it ended, they’re going to sign one. Ahmad Brooks’ agent, Gregory Williams, told ESPN on Wednesday that he expects to finalize a deal with the Packers by the end of the day. Brooks isn’t expected to play in Thursday’s preseason finale against the Rams but should be in the rotation behind Matthews and Perry for the Sept. 10 season opener against the Seahawks. The move comes less than a week after Brooks, 33, was released by the 49ers. The Packers lost Julius Peppers (to Carolina) and Datone Jones (to Minnesota) and hoped a trio of young players — fourth-round pick Vince Biegel, fourth-year pro Jayrone Elliott and second-year pro Kyler Fackrell — would fill the void. But Biegel suffered a foot injury in May that required…

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