Packers Free Agency 2018
On the cusp of what figures to be an active free agency period for the Packers, the young GM had to release a veteran fan favorite.
The Packers are reportedly signing a second free agent in one day!
The Packers have their first big-name signing of the Brian Gutekunst era.
Minnesota beat out a host of teams for the biggest fish on the free agent market, and they’ll pay up every penny on the proposed contract.
Expect a few more reports of these players receiving tenders by Wednesday afternoon.
The Packers are apparently making overtures to another free agent tight end as the free agent negotiation period continues.
This is the second big domino to fall in the free agent wideout group.
The Packers were rumored to be an option for the wideout, but he apparently has settled on a different NFC North team.
The former Seahawks tight end has been linked to the Saints as well, but Green Bay could be kicking the tires.
Rumors are flying as legal tampering begins, and one of the most intriguing involves the Packers being a possible landing spot for a top free agent wideout.
Should Kirk Cousins land a fully guaranteed deal, Aaron Rodgers can easily demand the same from the Packers.
Get ready for a whirlwind over the next 48 hours as teams must finalize their free agent plans and can begin negotiating with agents.
After trading Damarious Randall, Green Bay desperately needs an influx of talent at cornerback. Could they go the free agent route?
However, Seattle has apparently shown interest in bringing him back at a lower price depending on his market as a free agent.
Don’t get too discouraged by the Packers not signing the free agent lineman just yet, but he is taking some more visits with other teams in the coming days.
The Packers have one fewer free agent decision to worry about for next season.
However, the Packers’ actual cap space for 2018 depends on whose numbers you trust.
The Packers and Muhammad Wilkerson expect to meet after the Jets officially release him.
Veterans are starting to land on the chopping block around the league as teams try to open up cap space.
The team has expressed interest in bringing back a veteran tight end for another go in Green Bay.
It seems that the Packers are indeed likely to reach a contract extension with their biggest star sometime this spring.
The new Packers GM discussed some approaches that will change and others that should stay the same under his watch in Green Bay.
Brian Gutekunst could make a splash in his first move as GM before free agency even beings by trading for the disgruntled Steelers receiver.
Fans are clamoring for big upgrades in the offseason, but does Green Bay really need to invest heavily in the position?
Cheeseheads want to see Josh Jackson or a top-tier corner added through the draft, but the smart move may be building in free agency.
Expect pass rushers and cover men to be the highest defensive priorities for Green Bay this spring.
From connections to former Indianapolis offensive coaches, to size and speed, the former Ole Miss star could be an ideal fit.
For the first time in a while, the Packers seem likely to use the early rounds of the NFL Draft to fill gaps on offense.
The Packers could potentially reunite with their former Pro Bowl guard.
The Packers appear more likely to make a run at a top-level free agent than at any point in Ted Thompson’s tenure, but a couple appealing options seem to be good candidates for franchise tags.
A few receivers and linemen could end up on the market in the coming weeks, and we break down a few who could be of interest to Packers fans.
Pettine’s defense doesn’t require blue chip pass rushers, but it relies heavily on strong cornerback play.
There’s no guarantee that these players will indeed be cut loose by their current teams, but if they are the Packers should be on the phone immediately.