Pro Bowl safety Nick Collins has agreed to sign the one year, restricted free agent tender offer from the Packers. It will guarantee him 3.3 million dollars for the 2010 season. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports Collins decided to sign the tender in the hopes a long term extension can be reached. This was a good faith gesture on the part of Collins and it's a good bet the Packers will reward Collins with a lengthy and lucrative new deal before this season is over. Collins returned to the Pro Bowl last year after intercepting 6 passes, second on the team behind Charles Woodson. He's the second key veteran locked up by the Packers. Chad Clifton signed a three year, 19.6 million dollar contract last Friday. The Packers have also dipped into the Arena League for a wide receiver and kick returner. Charles Dillon was signed on Tuesday. He played for Washington State in college and last year, caught 54 passes for the Spokane Shock of AF2.