The NFL offseason officially began on Monday and that means teams started releasing veteran players to save money. Will the Packers join them? Doubtful.
The Green Bay Packers really shook things up when they surprisingly released running back Alonzo Harris. They’ve promoted John Crockett to take his spot.
No one from the Green Bay Packers organization even bothered to call Myles White and tell him he was being released. In our estimation, that’s pretty shitty.
The Green Bay Packers created room for James Jones on the roster by releasing receiver Myles White. The Packers have five receivers on the roster.
There were some surprise cuts as the Green Bay Packers trimmed their roster to 53. Because of that, there were also some surprises among who made the team.
The Green Bay Packers are trimming their roster down to 53. Here’s a running list of the cuts, including our boy Rajion Neal, who must not have blown Ted sufficiently.
We’re taking a stab at the Green Bay Packers final 2015 roster. Here are the 53 players we believe will make it to week 1 for the Pack and who gets practice squad duty.
The Green Bay Packers got to the 75-man roster limit by releasing seven players and placing Jordy Nelson on injured reserve. QB Matt Blanchard was among those cut.
The Green Bay Packers started their journey to a 75-man roster by releasing five players on Monday. Is there a surprise among them? Not in our estimation.
The Green Bay Packers parted ways with another injured receiver on Monday. This time the victim was Adrian Coxson, who hasn’t been able to shake off a concussion.