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Packers Release RB Dexter Williams and WR Jake Kumerow Among Others While Trimming Down to 53-Man Roster

This list will update as more announcements are made by the Packers as they finalize their final roster for the 2020 season.

Current list of Packers roster releases:

OT John Leglue

John Leglue

Green Bay Packers offensive tackle John Leglue (79) is shown Saturday, Aug. 15, 2020, during the team’s first practice at training camp in Green Bay, Wis.

WR Jake Kumerow

Jake Kumerow - Packers Wide Receiver

Aug 9, 2018; Green Bay, WI, USA; Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jake Kumerow (16) catches a pass during the fourth quarter against the Tennessee Titans at Lambeau Field. Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Did anyone see this one coming? Looks like even an endorsement from QB Aaron Rodgers was not enough to secure his position.

Performing in 19 games the previous two seasons, Kumerow logged 322-yards between 22 catches. After clearing waivers, it is possible that Kumerow could be added to the practice squad.

WR Darrius Shepherd

Darrius Shepherd

Oct 14, 2019; Green Bay, WI, USA; Detroit Lions cornerback Justin Coleman (27) intercepts a pass after it was deflected by Green Bay Packers wide receiver Darrius Shepherd (10) in the fourth quarter at Lambeau Field. Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

That’s what happens when your team loses confidence in you over turnovers.

TE Evan Baylis

TE Evan Baylis

Green Bay Packers tight end Evan Baylis (49) is tackled by Houston Texans defensive back Austin Exford (47) during the third quarter of their pre-season game Thursday, August 8, 2019 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis. MARK HOFFMAN/MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL

LB Tim Williams

Tim Williams

Green Bay Packers linebacker Tim Williams (47) is shown Monday, August 24, 2020 during the team’s training camp at Ray Nitschke Field in Ashwaubenon

Williams is also likely to find a spot on the practice squad.

RB Dexter Williams

NCAA: Dexter Williams - Notre Dame

Oct 27, 2018; San Diego, CA, USA; Notre Dame Fighting Irish running back Dexter Williams (left) dives in for a touchdown against Navy Midshipmen cornerback Jarid Ryan (right) during the second quarter at SDCCU Stadium. Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

With a 4-man depth ahead of RB Dexter Williams(Aaron Jones, Jamaal Williams, A.J. Dillon, Tyler Ervin), this 6th round pick from the 2019 draft+ got the cut as expected.

WR Reggie Begelton

Reggie Begelton

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Reggie Begelton (84) is shown Thursday, September 3, 2020, during practice in Green Bay, Wis. Dan Powers/USA TODAY NETWORK

Begelton was previously offered a futures deal, but was not able to make the final cut.

Stanford Samuels III

Stanford Samuels III

Green Bay Packers cornerback Stanford Samuels III (34) is shown Saturday, August 15, 2020 during the team’s first practice at training camp in Green Bay, Wis.

Add this one to the likely future pratice squad additions.

LB Krys Barnes

DB DeShaun Amos

Amos was offered a futures deal early this year, but will not be making the 2020 roster.

RB Damarea Crockett

Jason Parker

Was on the Allen Lazard hype-train before all the cool kids were doing it

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5 Comments

  1. Ferris September 5, 2020

    Too bad but he had 20 catches in 2 years. I know one was injury shortened. But Adams catches 10 a game.

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  2. Skinny September 5, 2020

    Yeah, really dont get the Kumerow being cut is a surprise talk. He virtually did nothing in his time here and he wasnt available most games on top of that. WR room is shit as a whole, again! I dont care what Aaron Nagler says. What Packers executive’s wife does Montravious Adams sleep with to constantly get an NFL job? Unreal.

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  3. Cheese September 5, 2020

    Oh darn, Jake Kumerow got cut. Where ever will they find another mediocre UDFA to ride the hype train down the path to nowhere?
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    Reggie Beggleton is gone too? Well shucks… Some guy on the internet told me he was supposed to be the next under the radar Julio Jones type talent, despite being cut from a CFL team. I guess Green Bay really missed out on that one. If Gute doesn’t act quick we might lose our chances to get to the Super Bowl -_-

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  4. PF4L September 6, 2020

    “”This was not something we set out to do,” Gutekunst said. “He just happened to be a guy we liked who fell to us, and this was the best decision.” – Gute
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    Sure….whatever you say Tiger.

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  5. PF4L September 6, 2020

    Mark Murphy
    1) Why did you let Ted stay in his position so long? You once said “Ted will retire, when he tells me he wants to retire”. Was Ted your boss, or were you his boss? The team regressed for a few years under his watch, until the Board told you he needed to go.
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    2) When you were doing your GM search, you told us that you discovered that there was little to no communication going on between the head coach, and high level upper management. My question is, since you worked in the same building as these people for 12 years, did you really not have a clue any of that was happening?
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    3) After Adams…where in your mind, do our wr’s and tight ends grade out against the rest of the NFL teams talent wise?
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    4) After hiring Gutenkunst, you stated repeatedly that you were in charge and no major decision would be made without you, that you had the last word. Were you “on board” with the Jimmy Graham signing making him the highest paid tight end in the league?

    Sent to Murphy’s monthly article…i’ll let you know if i get a reply…:)

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