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Packers trying to save money, free up cap room

10:54 PM, Mar. 12, 2013
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Nearly every move the Green Bay Packers make will impact their ability to work out contract extensions with quarterback Aaron Rodgers and linebacker Clay Matthews.

So just before the start of free agency, the Packers made a few cost-saving decisions that freed up perhaps as much salary-cap space as they possibly could.

They opted not to tender three of their restricted free agents: tight end Tom Crabtree and linebackers Robert Francois and Frank Zombo, making them free agents when the new league year began on Tuesday at 3 p.m. That meant they spent only $3.346 million combined on their ...

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