Former Minnesota Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen remains a free agent. The Packers should fix that.
With the comp pick window closing Monday afternoon, the Packers could re-enter the unrestricted free agent market this week.
Packers Free Agency 2020
Brian Gutekunst said Monday that he had a list of potential players to consider after the draft to fill out the roster. If the Packers can’t find a receiver they love early, there’s reason to bring in Nathaniel Hackett’s former starter.
Let’s take a look at the moves across the NFC North division this offseason, moving on to the Vikings.
Let’s take a look at the moves across the NFC North division this offseason, moving on to the Lions in Motor City.
Let’s take a look at the moves across the NFC North division this offseason, starting with the Packers’ oldest rivals.
In his intro press conference to New York media, Martinez expressed displeasure with his recent usage in Green Bay as he was allegedly told to be the "clean-up crew" behind the Smith Bros.
A little bit more cap space will be taken up by the recent contract agreements, leaving the team with just over $11M once the deals are processed.
The former Illinois and Green Bay receiver is headed to another team in the division.
The Swerve is coming back to Green Bay for another go.
Do you agree or disagree with the Packers largely being in the B/C range so far?
The Packers landed a veteran receiver after all, though it’s not a big name and it’s not one that will move the needle much.
The Packers could target several experienced but aging veterans at positions requiring extra depth.
Going hard after Austin Hooper and Emmanuel Sanders shows Brian Gutekunst wants to add a veteran target for Aaron Rodgers, but despite fans’ calls, the odds say that player is more likely to come from the draft.
The Packers will apparently have to look for a new fullback in 2020.
The former Green Bay Packer has been released by the Los Angeles Rams. Where does he go from here?
The special teamer and backup safety appears to be headed back to Green Bay to compete for a job once again.
For the third year in a row, Lewis signs a one-year deal with the Packers.
Brian Gutekunt found excellent value with two depressed assets in Ricky Wagner and Christian Kirksey. There are still some excellent options to fit that philosophy who can provide key aid in 2020.
Self quarantined and slightly stir crazy, Zach and Alex try to lighten the mood with some Packers free agency chatter.
It’s all but official now — Bulaga is headed out of town.
Wagner may start at right tackle next season, but he also gives the Packers insurance leading up to an uncertain 2021 offseason with free agents on the offensive line.
The team’s five ERFAs will officially remain under team control for 2020.
Several of the Packers’ free agents and another former Packer have new homes already, while perhaps the biggest fish of all is still awaiting a deal.
Several of the top free agents in this year’s class will not make it to free agency at all. Here’s a look at the players who have received the franchise tag so far in 2020.
The Green Bay Packers have found a new offensive line man. Rick Wagner looks to be Bryan Bulaga’s replacement.
Good morning Packers fans! Brian Gutekunst is doing work already!
While each year is different, year three of free agency should more clearly identify Gutekunst’s overall approach to the period.
Teams will have a little less financial flexibility than they expected due to the cap, and even less due to some provisions in the new CBA.
Green Bay is one of a handful of teams on the former Brown’s itinerary this week.
The playmaking Kirksey missed most of the last two years with injuries, but he would be a potential high-reward signing who could fit nicely in Green Bay.
Sure, an infusion of talent at a need position is always a plus, but given what the draft looks like, signing a linebacker would make the rest of Green Bay’s offseason much easier.
A savvy route-runner with proven ability to adapt to different systems could offer the immediate help Green Bay needs on offense in 2020.
While this is not a sign that a release is imminent, a league source is reading the tea leaves coming out of Green Bay the same way that Packers fans have all offseason.
Between bursting contract numbers, a draft class dealing with injuries, Green Bay picked a tough offseason to need a linebacker. They’ll have no shortage of options, but it will not come without cost, whether it’s free agent dollars or draft capital.
Green Bay needs pass-catchers and could get an established one at the tight end position to kick off free agency.
This could be the team just checking on the price of the overall linebacker market, but Schobert has plenty of Wisconsin connections and might be a good fit in the Packers’ defense.