The Green Bay Packers have acquired defensive lineman Ego Ferguson, two days after the Chicago Bears put him on waivers. The Packers need defensive line help after losing Julius Peppers and Datone Jones to free agency, and nose tackle Letroy Guion will miss at least the first four games of the regular season for violating the N-F-L’s policy on performance enhancing drugs. Ferguson, a fourth year pro, had the same suspension in late 2015 when he was already out for the year due to injuries — and he missed all of last season with shoulder and knee injuries. He did have two sacks in his rookie year of 2014. Ferguson will make 981-thousand dollars for the final season of his rookie contract, and he will not necessarily get paid unless he makes Green Bay’s 53 man roster out of Training Camp.