The Green Bay Packers have spent another offseason adhering to their strategy of all but ignoring free agency.
Former Furman University wide receiver Sederrick Cunningham is the fourth free agent to sign with the Packers this offseason. All four were on the street at the end of last season. Cunningham joins tight end Matthew Mulligan, cornerback Loyce Means and kicker Giorgio Tavecchio.
Cunningham went undrafted last year and was not signed by any NFL team. He only caught 17 passes for 340 yards in his senior season at Furman. For his collegiate career, Cunningham caught 95 passes for 1,196 yards and seven touchdowns. He also had 66 kickoff returns for 1,549 yards and one touchdown.