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Report: Packers to Sign Former Ravens Wide Receiver

According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun...

Hines was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Ravens in April and then cut in July before the start of training camp.

The Packers have a need for wide receiver depth after losing rookie Senderrick Cunningham to a broken wrist on the first day of camp.

Seventh round draft choices Charles Johnson and Kevin Dorsey have also practice missed time the past two days, but their injuries are not expected to be serious, said head coach Mike McCarthy.

The signing of Hines would bring the Packers roster up to 89 players, one short of the 90-player limit.


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Al Fresco's picture

I think my brain can't take it anymore. How many receivers do we need in training camp?

Evan's picture

A lot.

GrnMachineCrushesQueens's picture

Keep 'em coming. I'm guessing two of these new receivers will make team. Between Charles Johnson, Tyrone Walker, Kevin Dorsey and this dude, the Packers have a good chance of finding a diamond in the rough. They've been pretty good at draffting receivers, if I recall...

TommyG's picture

I say bring in as many people as we possible can.

al's picture

can we fine player behind E.D pls we need good back up their ?????????

Norman's picture

So, the former Ravens receiver in question is not Anquan Boldin? Then this is nothing but a big yawn...

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