In a move we've expected for a week, the Green Bay Packers have released safety Chris Banjo. The move makes sense for a couple different reasons.
The Green Bay Packers have placed two more on injured reserve. They are safety Chris Banjo and receiver Jared Abbrederis, neither of whom are injured badly.
Green Bay Packers safety Chris Banjo got married on Saturday and it was a star-studded event, providing you're a fan of the Green Bay Packers.
The Green Bay Packers officially have safety and special teams ace Chris Banjo back in the fold, although he didn't really have another choice.
The Green Bay Packers will bring special teams ace Chris Banjo back for a fourth season. The team tendered the free agent safety on Tuesday.
Chris Banjo has signed his tender offer with the Packers, which basically means he's ready to roll. His return adds depth at safety and on special teams.
The Green Bay Packers have tendered three of their restricted or exclusive rights free agents. Those players are Don Barclay, Sean Richardson and Chris Banjo.
The Green Bay Packers continued their Saturday trend of tweaking the roster, adding safety Chris Banjo and shutting down linebacker Jamari Lattimore.
The Green Bay Packers have re-signed safety Chris Banjo, which was a formality. Good for him, though. That dude is a scrapper and we're glad to have him back.
Not that he's priority No. 1, but the Green Bay Packers haven't tendered safety Chris Banjo, their only exclusive rights free agent, yet.
The Green Bay Packers might be giving undrafted rookie Chris Banjo a larger role at safety. And why not? He couldn't be any worse than Jerron McMillian.