The surprise move of the NFL offseason has been made.

Wednesday morning, ESPN NFL reporter Adam Schefter tweeted out that the Green Bay Packers have released former Pro Bowler and Iowa Hawkeye great Mike Daniels. The decision comes just two seasons after Daniels was named a Pro Bowl defensive tackle in 2017.

Daniels played in 10 games for the Packers last season, registering 18 tackles and two sacks. He suffered a foot injury in Week 11 and was placed on injured reserve for the remainder of the year.

A former fourth-round NFL Draft selection by Green Bay, Daniels just completed his seventh season with the organization. He’s been a force on the defensive line for the franchise, making 225 total tackles and 29 sacks in 102 career games.

Daniels played at Iowa from 2008-2011 and appeared in 47 career games. He racked up 123 tackles, 27 for loss and 15.5 sacks in four years.