In addition to releasing defensive end Drew Vanderlin from the practice squad, as our Wes Hodkiewicz reported earlier today (http://pck.rs/QTMEhN), the Packers made two other practice-squad moves.
They also released guard Chris Scott, and signed defensive tackle Jordan Miller.
Miller originally entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent from Southern University and has spent time the last two seasons with the Chicago Bears. He was on their practice squad for 15 games last year and was promoted to the active roster for the season finale but did not play. He was then cut by the Bears at the end of training camp this summer.
Scott was signed to the practice squad on Sept. 2.