Packers Free Agency 2019
The APC writers share their feelings about Green Bay’s unexpectedly lucrative opening salvo in free agency.
Tex Western joins to help us digest the flurry of free agency activity in Green Bay
In a flurry of external free agent spending, Green Bay took the first step in making up for its lost draft of 2015.
This projection has the four new Packers eating up about $30 million of the team’s $35 million in cap space.
The versatile ex-Bears safety can play all over the field, making him the perfect addition to a safety group with limited abilities.
The Packers are landing one of the top EDGEs on the free agent market.
Perry’s inability to remain healthy proves his ultimate undoing in Green Bay
After adding three defensive free agents, the Packers addressed the offense with former Dolphins and Broncos O-lineman Billy Turner.
The Packers now have both a top pass rusher and a top safety.
The Packers have agreed to terms with former Washington outside linebacker Preston Smith, the second major pass rusher the team has added during the early contract negotiation window.
All six of the team’s ERFAs are now either tendered or under contract.
The former Bronco and Jaguar was recently released and could have been a good fit in Green Bay.
Despite missing 16 games over the past three seasons, Justin Houston remains a highly effective pass rusher who fills a massive void in the Packers defense.
The fourth-year linebacker was due to get a big raise this season.
Big Bob will indeed be back in green and gold this fall.
The deal avoids any hassle with exclusive-rights free agency.
His linebacker skills alone would be worth a high price tag, but add in his athletic traits as a pass rusher and former UCLA standout Anthony Barr could be a star in Mike Pettine’s defense.
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With a closing window with Aaron Rodgers, Brian Gutekunst aggressively spent last offseason. What’s the best way to maximize Rodgers and this team’s talent in 2019?
Green Bay could strike gold with the former Washington linebacker, who would bring a reliable presence on the edge at a significant — but not exorbitant — price tag.
With free agency fast approaching, some of the top names on the market may come off the board before it begins.
Will the Packers be able to land the top safety on this year’s market?
A contract in a similar range to the one he was set to sign in 2018 seems about right again this spring.
The Packers could use some additional help at receiver, and there are a few attractive options out there.
Brian Gutekunst can’t sit on his hands again this offseason when it comes to safeties. Position changes, free agency, and high draft picks should all be possibilities for potential upgrades.
With this data point in place, what will players like Earl Thomas or Landon Collins demand in free agency?
Three once-elite pass-rushers could be on the free agent market for financial reasons in the coming weeks.
We might see one or two return but none will be guaranteed a roster spot.
Here’s when the Packers will be making personnel decisions and beginning spring workouts in 2019.
Green Bay’s all-time sacks leader will be one of two internal free agent edge rushers that the Packers must make a decision on this offseason.
Green Bay thought it had a one-year steal with the former New York Jet until injury struck.
Brian Gutekunst should move on from one player while keeping the rest.
Even with Jimmy Graham expected back, Green Bay heads into yet another offseason wondering how to fill the hole at tight end.
With one player at each level of free agency, Brian Gutekunst needs to determine how to attack the wide receiver position.