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Packers cut RB Kapri Bibbs following mandatory minicamp, per report

With mandatory minicamp complete, the Packers have moved on from reserve running back Kapri Bibbs.

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With mandatory minicamp complete, the Green Bay Packers have moved on from one of their reserve running backs. According to ESPN’s Field Yates, the team has released Kapri Bibbs.

Bibbs arrived in Green Bay off waivers late in the 2018 season following a knee injury to starting running back Aaron Jones. Bibbs saw limited action during his lone year with the team, appearing in two games and recording one carry and three receptions for a combined 15 yards from scrimmage. Bibbs previously spent time with Washington and the Denver Broncos.

Bibbs’ release comes shortly after the Packers concluded their three-day mandatory minicamp, a period which concluded with a paintball, team-building exercise earlier this week. The move leaves the Green Bay with four tailbacks -- Jones, Jamaal Williams, Tra Carson, and Dexter Williams -- as well as fullback Dan Vitale.

With Bibbs out of the picture, the Packers’ roster now stands at 89 players.