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Tollefson Leaves Green Bay Without Deal

Free-agent Dave Tollefson left Green Bay this weekend without a contract agreement with the Packers, but that doesn't mean the team is out of the running for the veteran pass-rusher. Rob Demovsky of the Green Bay Press-Gazette said the Packers remain in the mix.

Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News said Tollefson will visit other teams, although exact teams weren't named.

Tollefson, a seventh-round pick of the Packers in 2006, has 10 career sacks, all coming with the New York Giants.


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Barry's picture

Not good news. Usually when a player leaves a team without signing he ain't coming back. Hope I'm wrong.

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Kyanna's picture

Packer fans shouldn't get disappointed or upset about Tollefson leaving without a deal...Jeff Saturday left Green Bay without a deal done and went to visit Broncos and Titans and then signed with the Pack! there's still hope!:)

PackersRS's picture

Like all the other signs (sans Saturday), if he's signed, it'll be for the vet. minimum, a good part being not guaranteed.

Essencially, all the sings on D are just training camp bodies that, if they show enough, will get a roster spot. Consider them UDFA with experience.

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