One day after onboarding linebacker Ahmad Thomas, the Green Bay Packers have made another addition to their practice squad. On Thursday, the team announced the signing of cornerback Raysean Pringle.
Pringle spent the offseason with the Packers as part of their 90-man roster. He remained in Green Bay through training camp and the preseason before the team let him go during final cuts on Sept. 2. Pringle subsequently landed on the Jacksonville Jaguars' practice squad, though they let him go last month.
A 6-foot, 191-pound corner out of Southern Utah, Pringle actually played wide receiver and running back during his college career. He appeared in 33 games and registered over 1,400 yards and 15 touchdowns from scrimmage. He also returned kickoffs, averaging 19.7 yards and scoring once.
With the addition of Pringle, the Packers' practice squad now stands at 10 members. He will wear uniform No. 46, the same number he wore during training camp and the preseason.