Free agency rolls along in the NFL, and the time when Ted Thompson and the Packers are likely to start making some moves is beginning as the second wave likely starts up soon. With a group of defensive players like B.J. Raji, Tramon Williams, and several others still on the market, there should be some values available in the market over the next few days and weeks.
We looked at Raji yesterday, and have a look at Williams today, as he continues to look for a new contract after his visit to New Orleans came up fairly dry. Click, read, and enjoy!
Big names, others try to catch NFL scouts' eye at Wisconsin pro day | JSOnline
One name stood head and shoulders above the rest, as Melvin Gordon continues to work towards being a first-round pick, but a few under-the-radar prospects, including a few from UW-Whitewater, were working out as well.
Mike Sherman's 'emotional' return to Green Bay | Post-Crescent
The former Packers coach is keynote speaker at A Day for Men conference.
Tramon Williams still on the market | Packersnews.com
He left New Orleans without a deal, and instead the Saints signed Brandon Browner. The position is starting to dry up, though, which bodes well for the Packers bringing him back.
Green Bay Packers players weigh in on play-calling change - ESPN
Yes, they spoke about the change, but Randall Cobb and Bryan Bulaga had little of substance to say, perhaps because they have not met with the coaching staff since Mike McCarthy made his decision.
Money for nothing | ESPN Wisconsin
As anyone who follows APC on Twitter knows, we love a good 80's song reference when we see one. Here's Jason Wilde's look at Cobb and Bulaga's re-signing and why they stayed in Green Bay for less money than they might have received elsewhere.
Colts Cut Trent Richardson - Stampede Blue
A year and a half ago, the Browns traded Richardson for a first-round pick. They then used that pick on Johnny Manziel. Now one player is a street free agent and the other is in rehab. Fun!
NFL free agency 2015: The 9 biggest winners from week one - SBNation.com
OH NO! THE PACKERS AREN'T ONE OF THEM!