JK Scott, Equanimeous St. Brown among Green Bay’s cuts

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Punter JK Scott and receiver Equanimeous St. Brown were among the Packers’ cuts Tuesday.

Green Bay kept six receivers — Davante Adams, Allen Lazard, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Randall Cobb, Amari Rodgers and Malik Taylor. Its new punter is Corey Bojorquez, whom the team acquired in a trade with the Rams.

The Packers announced they cut defensive lineman Abdullah Anderson, receiver Reggie Begelton, quarterback Kurt Benkert, offensive guard Ben Braden, offensive lineman Jacob Capra, offensive lineman Coy Cronk, cornerback Stephen Denmark, cornerback Kabion Ento, cornerback Rojesterman Farris, safety Innis Gaines, linebacker Tipa Galeai, linebacker De’Jon Harris, receiver Damon Hazelton, tight end Bronson Kaufusi, defensive lineman Carlo Kemp, kicker JJ Molson, defensive lineman Willington Previlon, linebacker Delontae Scott, running back Patrick Taylor, safety Christian Uphoff, offensive lineman Cole Van Lanen, linebacker Ray Wilborn, running back Dexter Williams and receiver Juwann Winfree.

The team placed offensive tackle David Bakhtiari on reserve/physically unable to perform and tight end Jace Sternberger on reserve/suspended.

The Packers kept eight of nine draft picks on their active roster, with only sixth-rounder Van Lanen getting waived. They also will extend their streak to 17 consecutive seasons of having at least one undrafted rookie on their opening day roster with defensive lineman Jack Heflin making the team.

17 responses to “JK Scott, Equanimeous St. Brown among Green Bay’s cuts

  1. Equanimeous’ dad’s Cal-State Fullerton selective breeding experiment was apparently only partially successful. Unique name though.

  2. I was really hoping JK Scott would put it all together. Probably because I’m still traumatized about Craig Hentrich.

  3. ariani1985 says:

    But but but we were told all of these players were super stars!
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    Must have been the MN media who told you that. They would make the team in Minnesota. Not so in titletown.

  4. But but but we were told all of these players were super stars!

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    Well then the Vikings can have the pick of the litter!!

  5. Are GB fans sad to see St Brown go? Is he your version of the Patriot’s N’Keal Harry?

  6. Am I the only one who feels like Bahktiari is missing a lot of games the last coupes of years.

  7. Us Viking faithful like to yap about Packer fans being trolls on Viking threads . . . but look at all the entries on this thread. Pot? Kettle? Hmmmm . . .

  8. sosayweall says:
    August 31, 2021 at 7:33 pm

    Are GB fans sad to see St Brown go? Is he your version of the Patriot’s N’Keal Harry?
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    I really liked EQ the person, but he could never stay healthy enough to give any fan an honest evaluation as a player.
    I hope he catches on with another team and gets a 2nd chance.

    As far as comparing him to the Patriot’s N’keal Henry situation, it’s not really apples to apples.
    Henry was a 1st round, highly regarded though thus far, failed selection.
    St. Brown was chosen in the 6th round 4 years ago.
    With many wide receivers taken before him.
    He was always a roll of the dice.

  9. Many of them will be back on the practice squad. As many as half a dozen of them are just a year away from being good contributors. Congrats to Heflin. Lots of guys talk about giving 100% on every play, but he actually sells out like every down is his last.

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