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Report: Kingsley Keke visiting Cardinals

Defensive lineman Kingsley Keke is visiting the Cardinals, Aaron Wilson of profootballnetwork.com reports.The Texans waived Keke on May 3, and he has remained a free agent since.Keke was teammates with Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray the one year Murray played at Texas A&M. The Packers made Keke a fifth-round choice in 2019. Green Bay cut him [more]

Packers claim Eli Wolf, cut Chris Blair

The Packers tweaked their roster on Wednesday.The NFL’s daily transaction report shows that they claimed tight end Eli Wolf out of waivers. Wide receiver Chris Blair was dropped from the roster in a corresponding move.Wolf was waived by the Colts on Tuesday. Wolf signed with the Ravens in 2020 and spent time on practice squads [more]

Matt LaFleur eager to see Jordan Love get lots of work during OTAs

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is likely to skip most of the team’s voluntary offseason work, which coach Matt LaFleur sees as an opportunity for Jordan Love. LaFleur says that Love, the 2020 first-round pick who has started just one game in his first two NFL seasons, will be running the show when the Packers’ offense [more]

Packers announce 12 Bill Walsh diversity coaching fellowship participants

As the Packers continue their offseason program, they have added 12 coaches individuals to their staff as part of the Bill Walsh diversity coaching fellowship.Green Bay announced on Tuesday that each of the coaches will focus on a specific position group and will also assist on special teams.The 12 coaches are University of Arizona assistant [more]

Brian Gutekunst: Christian Watson gives us something to take top off of defenses

All expectations were that the Packers would take a wide receiver early in this year’s draft and they fulfilled them by taking Christian Watson with the 34th overall pick early in the second round.Watson averaged more than 20 yards a catch during his time at North Dakota State and that big-play ability was highlighted by [more]

Mississippi sues Brett Favre over allegedly misspent welfare dollars

Mississippi’s favorite son is on the verge of becoming persona non grata.Via the Associated Press, the Mississippi Department of Human Services on Monday sued Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre and others in an effort to recover millions in allegedly misspent welfare dollars.Other defendants include Brett DiBiase, Ted DiBiase Sr., and Ted “Teddy” DiBiase Jr., each of [more]

Packers sign Kobe Jones, Rasheed Walker

The Packers have signed one of their draft picks and a tryout player who participated in their rookie minicamp over the weekend.Green Bay announced seventh-round pick Rasheed Walker has signed his standard four-year deal. And the club has added linebacker Kobe Jones.Walker was the 249th overall pick of the draft out of Penn State and [more]

Marcell Dareus, Geronimo Allison get tryouts with Ravens

Former NFL defensive tackle Marcell Dareus, the third overall pick in the 2011 draft, is getting a chance to get back into the league.Via Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com, Ravens coach John Harbaugh told reporters on Saturday that Dareus (pictured) is participating in the team’s rookie minicamp on a tryout basis.Dareus played for the Bills from [more]

Packers sign seven 2022 draft picks

The Packers reportedly agreed to terms with their two first-round picks on Thursday.The club made the signing of those two selections and five more picks official on Friday, according to the transaction wire.Linebacker Quay Walker and defensive tackle Devonte Wyatt — the 22nd and 28th overall picks, respectively — both signed their four-year contracts on Friday. [more]

Packers, Quay Walker agree to terms

Just a week after the first round of the 2022 NFL draft, the Packers have already agreed to terms with both of their first-round picks.The Packers and linebacker Quay Walker agreed to terms today, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network. Walker’s rookie contract is a four-year, $13,841,637 deal, with a $7,246,645 signing bonus. Those [more]

Packers agree to terms with Devonte Wyatt

One of the Packers’ two first-round picks has become the first 2022 first-round pick to agree to terms on an NFL contract.Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that defensive tackle Devonte Wyatt has agreed to his rookie deal with Green Bay. The 28th overall pick’s four-year deal is worth $12.86 million with a $6.533 million [more]

Bart Scott: NFL teams need tough guys, Ravens always had a couple players with felonies

Former Ravens linebacker Bart Scott says that NFL teams need players with off-field character issues if they want to be tough, and he used his own former team as a prime example.Scott, working the NFL draft on ESPN Radio, applauded the Packers for drafting Devonte Wyatt even though he was charged in 2020 with misdemeanor [more]

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