Packers cut Ty Summers

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A lot of players will be losing their jobs over the next few days as teams drop to 53 players and the Packers have gotten the ball rolling on their cuts.

According to multiple reports, the Packers waived linebacker Ty Summers on Sunday.

Summers was a 2019 seventh-round pick who has been a core member of the special teams in Green Bay the last couple of seasons. He also started one game on defense and picked up 52 tackles and a fumble recovery during his time with the team.

The Packers are practicing on Sunday and Monday, so they’ll likely be making more cuts ahead of Tuesday afternoon’s deadline so that they don’t run the risk of a player they plan to drop from the roster getting hurt while still under contract.

6 responses to “Packers cut Ty Summers

  1. Wish the man well. When your only value is on ST and they pick up a Quay Walker and resign an All Pro ILB in DeVondre Campbell, this is what happens.

  2. Chances are if no team claims Summers off waivers the Packers will add him back to the 16 man Practice Squad.

  3. It’s likely that Minnesota will give him a look at several positions of need, namely:

    QB
    Wide Receiver
    Guard
    Tackle
    Defensive line
    Linebacker
    Defensive back
    Kicker

    He’d probably be an immediate upgrade at any of these. Maybe even running back, depending on when (not if) Dalvin goes down this year.

  4. Minneanderthals says:
    August 28, 2022 at 3:00 pm
    It’s likely that Minnesota will give him a look at several positions of need, namely:

    QB
    Wide Receiver
    Guard
    Tackle
    Defensive line
    Linebacker
    Defensive back
    Kicker

    He’d probably be an immediate upgrade at any of these. Maybe even running back, depending on when (not if) Dalvin goes down this year.

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    Congratulations. You’ve achieved Ariani level in your trolling endeavors.

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