They're thin at nose tackle and they're going to have to wait on Montravius Adams due to his foot injury. He might miss eight weeks on IR. So if they can add some quality depth, they will.
They could do that, but someone will want him for special teams help. Seattle only cut him because he was hurt and they needed his roster spot.
He didn't think it was serious after the game, but we won't know for sure until Monday. We'll see if he
That's not what I said. I said Seattle only cut him because he was hurt and they needed the spot at that time. Otherwise, he would have stuck. There are worse teams than Seattle that could use him.
It's probably going to be Tripp or Montravious Adams, one or both of whom will go on IR.
That makes him a free agent and they can't re-sign him commensurate with the number of weeks of pay they settle on.
No sweat, Bob. Sorry if I was harsh. Third cup of coffee was a strong one.
I think he's on the lookout for a guard or center. Injury to Barclay has a lot to do with it.
Allison, of course. They're telling us Bulaga, Perry, Matthews and Clinton-Dix will be OK, but I'll believe it when I see it.
If I post it on here, then those on mobile will have scroll down really far just to see the latest comment. It really is a pain in the butt if you're on your phone.
He was in camp last summer and on the practice squad all year. He's a hell of a player pound for pound (6-foot, 232).
Man, that's a tough one, but I'll try:
First, I have to report that CB Raysean Pringle has been released, via Michael Cohen.
I'll go with Dupre, Clark, Mays, Brown, Lunsford, Amichia, D. Matthews, Kerridge, McCray, McCaffrey
So, our list of confirmed cuts is up to 17. That would mean the Packers are at 73. That would leave 20 moves to go.
Doubtful. His value would be at QB in the future.
I'll talk to him about it, Pete.
None. He can't contribute this year.