The number of Green Bay Packers who have not reached an agreement on a contract extension and will reportedly test free agency keeps growing. According to Pete Dougherty of the Green Bay Press-Gazette: Source updated on OLB Mike Neal talks said Packers made meaningful offer but not enough to keep Neal from testing market. — [...]
Friday is the final day the Packers can negotiate exclusively with their 17 upcoming unrestricted free agents.
According to Mike Garafolo of Fox Sports 1: Jets, Packers among the teams interested in former Vikings TE John Carlson, who is visiting the Cardinals today. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) March 6, 2014 Carlson was released last week by the Vikings. He is currently a street free agent and is not bound by the same [...]
Yes, free agent safety Jairus Byrd would cost an arm and a leg. It’s a good thing the Packers have $35 million in salary cap space.
The former ninth overall pick is close to signing a one year deal to stay with the Packers, ESPN reports.
The upcoming free agent of the Buffalo Bills was asked about the Packers during an appearance on ESPN’s NFL Live.
The Houston Texans tight end is scheduled to reach free agency next week, if he doesn’t sign a contract extension first.
Speaking on SiriusXM NFL Radio on Thursday, Packers fullback John Kuhn addressed his pending free agency… John Kuhn "I would Love to remain a Packer. I expect to have conversations with them before Free Agency." #Packers @PackerReport — SiriusXM NFL Radio (@SiriusXMNFL) February 13, 2014 #PACKERSmicroblog
Whether the Packers will have any money available to sign free agents depends a lot on what they do with players like Sam Shields and B.J. Raji.
General manager Ted Thompson does, however, have to start having more hits than misses in the NFL draft.
Figures published in the media range from as little as $3.5 million per season to as much as $8.5 million per year.
Blake Baratz told the New York Post as such in a recent article published Thursday.
After a season with filled with subpar safety play, the Packers must decide whether or not to re-sign M.D. Jennings or get active in free agency.
The biggest offseason question mark at the position is Sam Shields, who could potentially be a candidate for the franchise tag.
The Packers enter an offseason wondering whether they can do better than A.J. Hawk and Brad Jones manning the position.
Packers outside linebacker Mike Neal is scheduled to become a free agent in March. Will he stay or will he go?
The Packers have four defensive linemen set to become free agents: B.J. Raji, Ryan Pickett, Johnny Jolly and C.J. Wilson. Not all four figure to be back.
The biggest question mark for the Packers along the offensive line entering free agency is that status of center Evan Dietrich-Smith.
The future of the tight end position in Green Bay is in question with both Jermichael Finley and Andrew Quarless are scheduled to become free agents in March.
James Jones is the variable in the Packers’ offseason equation. Will he leave Green Bay or will he be back?