Packers Free Agency 2021
The veteran guard will return to his home state for the 2021 season.
The Packers have decisions to make on 25 members of their 2020 roster over the coming weeks.
The Packers are bringing back former undrafted free agent Tyler Lancaster.
Green Bay used void years in King’s deal to shift more than half of his cap hit to next season.
Zach, Alex, and Ben regroup after the first week of free agency to assess moves made so far by the Packers.
The soon-to-be 37-year old tight end will be back in Green Bay for another season.
The Packers signed Fuller to an offer sheet in 2018 before the Bears matched it. Will Green Bay make a serious run at signing him once again?
Another 2017 draft pick has signed elsewhere, while several members of the Packers’ free agent class still remain on the market.
Aaron Rodgers’ former backup joins Jamaal Williams with the divisional rivals.
The Packers’ deal with their star runner probably ends up being a two-year deal with some dead cap space in 2023, but it’s as favorable a contract as one could imagine given the early reports.
Keep up with and discuss the big news from the start of free agent negotiations throughout the next 48 hours.
The Packers need a center, and Andrews is one of the best available.
The backup running back heads to a divisional rival on a two-year deal.
The Packers have tendered their highest-profile restricted free agent.
Lazard might be interested in a bigger contract, but he remains at the mercy of the league’s ERFA system for 2021.
Two of the Packers’ four ERFAs are now under tenders for 2021.
Linsley will be the NFL’s highest-paid center and gets to reunite with former teammate Bryan Bulaga.
The Packers submitted a tender to their first of four ERFA players.
Greene could come back to the Packers, but it won’t be via a restricted free agent tender.
The free agent running back gave what seems to be an update about his chances of returning to the Packers on NFL Network.
Jones is getting a big bag of cash no matter what. But if the Packers structure his deal like some of their other big contracts from the past few years, it won’t be as painful for the team as skeptics initially feared.
The top free agent running back on the market will not be a free agent after all, as the Packers locked up their top runner to a long-term deal on Sunday.
I think Green Bay won’t get involved in free agency, at least not with "traditional" free agents
What will the Packers decide to do about Robert Tonyan and Chandon Sullivan? They at least now know the final numbers for the tenders they can use on these players.
As of Sunday, one team has used a tag with a second expected. Keep it here as we update through Tuesday’s deadline.
The deadline has now passed, and the Packers are not using the tag on their star running back.
The Packers may have a few extra days to make the call on Aaron Jones if the league can’t settle on its cap number today.
It wouldn’t take Marty Byrde-level accounting tricks to land a big fish for the Packers, but even if the market for Will Fuller isn’t robust, Green Bay likely need to take advantage of tricks they rarely use to sign him.
Whenever the final cap is announced, add a little less than $4 million to get to the number that the Packers will need to reach.
Expect all of these young players to return for 2021, but one in particular might be interested in a little more than his league-minimum tender.