The return of three players from the PUP and the signing of a second long snapper garnered most of the attention in Green Bay on Tuesday, but the Packers have their eyes on another potential free-agent addition. According to the Houston Chronicle's Aaron Wilson, the team plans to work out undrafted rookie running back Jermichael Selders.
The 6-foot, 210-pound ball carrier played his college ball at New Mexico State. He reportedly ran in the 40-yard dash in the 4.4-second range during the draft process, but remains on the market.
Bigger schools like West Virginia Baylor recruited Selders to play football, but by his own admission "grades got in the way." Selders has also played some defense during his college career, lining up at safety while in junior college.
The Packers' backfield has undergone some change since players began reporting for training camp. The team released Don Jackson, one of the team's more notable undrafted free agents, likely as the result of a failed physical in late July. Jackson's departure leaves Brandon Burks and Brandon Ross as the only tailbacks on the roster that have yet to take a snap during an NFL game.