The 11-man class is now under contract

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The 11-man class is now under contract

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Jermaine Whitehead Jersey , with one swap from the list APC compiled from previous reporting." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteAcme Packing Companya Green Bay Packers communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsPackersOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections The APC PodcastPackers Film RoomFantasy Football Advicethe list APC compiled from previous reporting.CDTShareTweetShareSharePackers announce 2019 UDFA signings, leaving roster at 88 before rookie campMark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY SportsAfter much speculation and reporting, it’s finally official: the Green Bay Packers have settled on their initial class of undrafted free agents. Eleven players signed with the team on Friday morning in advance of the first practice of rookie minicamp, and the team announced the signings in a press release.Here is the list of players who have officially signed:Manny Wilkins, QB, Arizona StateMatt Eaton, WR, Iowa StateDavis Koppenhaver, TE, DukeYosh Nijman, OT, Virginia TechLarry Williams, OL, Oklahoma StateRandy Ramsey, EDGE, ArkansasGreg Roberts, EDGE, BaylorCurtis Bolton, ILB, OklahomaKabion Ento, CB, ColoradoJavien Hamilton Aaron Ripkowski Color Rush Jersey , CB, Ole MissNydair Rouse, CB, West ChesterThis list is the same length as our list of players reportedly signing with the team following the 2019 NFL Draft, but there is one swap here. Early reporting had North Texas cornerback Nate Brooks as a signing and Rouse as a tryout player; however, Rouse is on this list as a confirmed signing, while Brooks is not. It appears that Brooks changed his mind and decided to sign with the Arizona Cardinals instead of the Packers — he retweeted this tweet about an hour before the Packers announced the UDFA group.As a result of these signings, the Packers’ 90-man roster officially sits at 88 players, a number that includes the four selections from the 2019 NFL Draft who have signed their rookie contracts already and the four who remained unsigned at the present time. That means that there are two slots potentially available for tryout players this weekend. Stay tuned for practices Friday and Saturday and keep an eye on Monday’s transaction report to see if any of those players do indeed end up signing contracts with the team. GREEN BAY, Wis. — Following a 22-0 victory over Buffalo last week, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers called the offense “terrible” and was critical of the plan spearheaded by coach Mike McCarthy.More Packers coveragePhotos of the Week: 7/21/19 – 7/27/19Packers rookie Gary’s biggest critic is himselfTop Tweets: Former Badger TJ Watt has impressive four-year transformationPHOTOS: 2019 Green Bay Packers training campPackers’ Rodgers, LaFleur ironing out offense, building chemistryOn Wednesday, Rodgers downplayed any rift with the man who has been his coach for his entire 13-year career.“Mike and I talk all the time,” Rodgers said. “We have a great relationship. There’s always been great communication between us. Even if there (are) things that we need to talk about that are tough subjects, we’ve never had a problem finding time and talking.”“For any relationship, it starts with good communication and being able to be honest with each other and then hug it out afterward,” Rodgers added.Against the Bills, the Packers gained 423 yards and had their best day in terms of third-down efficiency since Week 1 of 2017. Rodgers, however, was in a sour mood after the team scored only two touchdowns.Rodgers again talked about his frustration with the state of the offense, though there was no criticism directed at McCarthy.“Mike always says ‘conflict is good ,'” Rodgers said. “You’ve got to keep the conversation going. We’ve got to find ways to be more efficient on offense. The execution wasn’t where it needs to be. I’m always going to hold myself and this offense to a higher standard. I’ve got to play better and we’ve got to play better, because last week was unacceptable.”McCarthy, who spoke at length about Rodgers’ comments on Monday, was eager to move on, as well.“He’s super competitive,” McCarthy said Wednesday. “I think we all feel the same way when you go out there and you see opportunities and sometimes emotion pushes forward. I didn’t feel great about our offensive performance when I walked off the field Sunday myself, too.”After five dropped passes and two turnovers against Buffalo, the offense’s performance is going to have to improve headed into Sunday at Detroit. The Lions might be 1-3, but their lone win was 26-10 over New England at Ford Field in Week 3.Detroit also has one of the NFL’s best cornerbacks in Darius Slay and the pass rush has 13 sacks.Green Bay’s offense could be short-handed if two of its starting receivers are unavailable. Randall Cobb missed last week’s game against Buffalo with a hamstring injury and didn’t practice on Wednesday, while Geronimo Allison remains in the concussion protocol.That could leave only leading receiver Davante Adams and rookies Marquez Valdes-Scantling, J’Mon Moore and Equanimeous St. Brown. Of those three, Valdes-Scantling has the only production with two catches for 41 yards.“They’re getting better,” Rodgers said. “But I told those guys before Week 1, ‘You’re all going to get an opportunity at some point. When you step in, there’s an expectation you’re going to make the plays.’ So, we’ve got to keep improving in practice.”Rodgers didn’t practice again on Wednesday as he recovers from the knee injury sustained in the season opener against Chicago. He intends to practice Thursday, like he did last week.To Rodgers, the path to improvement starts with getting the ball to Adams and the continued success of the running back trio of Aaron Jones, Jamaal Williams and Ty Montgomery. Accomplishing those things should improve an offense that has been so-so on third down and awful in the red zone.“We’ve got to run the ball consistently and then be able to move the ball down the field in the play-action game,” Rodgers said. “We haven’t been able to hit a ton of that stuff, and I think it starts with moving the sticks and giving us more run opportunities.”
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