Packers sign Will Redmond

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The Packers are bringing safety Will Redmond back for another season.

Friday’s transaction wire brought word of Redmond’s return to Green Bay. The terms of the deal are unknown.

Redmond has spent the last three seasons with Green Bay. He has appeared in 31 regular season games and has 65 tackles, a tackle for loss, two quarterback hits, and two passes defensed in those appearances. He’s also made one tackle in four postseason outings.

Redmond entered the league as a 49ers third-round pick in 2016, but never played for them because of a pair of injuries. He joins cornerbacks Chandon Sullivan and Kevin King as defensive backs to re-sign with the team this offseason.

7 responses to “Packers sign Will Redmond

  1. One brick at a time. The Packers will likely be least affected by personnel changes than most teams. They made it to the NFCCG two years in a row. Ask the Vikings if personnel consistency is important.

  2. King is not good….what a waste of money….no way the defense improves…12-5….loss in playoffs once again…

  3. I’m okay with this. The Packers don’t have any ‘hump’ they need to get over, from a personnel standpoint, to compete for a title. They ARE a championship caliber team, and they just failed to execute, as evidence by back-to-back NFCCG appearances. When you have a QB that throws 48 TDS in a season, a 1,000 yard RB, a pass-rushing defense, and defenders that picked off Tom Brady 3 times in the 4th quarter of a game, and you STILL lose… that’s not a personnel issue. That’s an execution issue.

  4. Redmond should not be playing secondary snaps for any team with championship aspirations. He cannot cover. Period.

  5. jtgush says:
    April 2, 2021 at 7:00 pm
    King is not good….what a waste of money….no way the defense improves…12-5….loss in playoffs once again.

    I know and Green Bay could of drafted arguably the best SS in the NFL in Elite All Pro SS Budda Baker who’s a beast on the football field. And they went to the same college n Baker went a couple picks later so u know they scouted Budda. How do u take Kevin King over Budda when u can clearly see them play on the same field in college n King was nowhere near as dominant then as Baker either

  6. With a head coach who chooses to take the game out of his MVP QB’s hands and put it on his D, this can only be viewed as a good move for GB.

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