The Green Bay Packers have lost another free agent. This time, it's linebacker Jamari Lattimore, who signed with the New York Jets. This loss was expected.
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 a problem at inside linebacker that they appear to have created themselves. So, Sam Barrington and Jamari Lattimore will stay in their rotation.
Brad Jones returned to practice this week, but Jamari Lattimore has clearly earned the right to remain the starter. Right? Well, he's gotten no commitment from the Packers.
It's about Green Bay Packers inside linebacker Brad Jones.
Jamari Lattimore has been spotted running with the Green Bay Packers No. 1 defense at inside linebacker. Is he actually going to challenge Brad Jones? We certainly hope so.
Inside linebacker Jamari Lattimore finally got around to signing his restricted free agent tender, meaning he'll be with the Green Bay Packers for another year.
The Green Bay Packers must be convinced that there's a market for linebacker Jamari Lattimore. They tendered him and now have the right to match any offer he receives on the free agent market.
The Green Bay Packers have two restricted free agents -- linebacker Jamari Lattimore and safety M.D. Jennings. They may not tender either of them and that's probably the right decision.
Johnny Jolly and Jamari Lattimore are being credited with helping get things turned around for the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, even though they weren't on the field.
The Green Bay Packers have ruled inside linebacker Brad Jones out of Sunday's game, which means Jamari Lattimore will get the start. Are you worried?
Green Bay Packers inside linebacker Jamari Lattimore is said to making the second-year jump. Despite his solid play, that still doesn't mean he's guaranteed a roster spot.