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5 undrafted rookies get $5K bonuses

May 14, 2014
 

The Green Bay Packers gave five of their undrafted rookies a $5,000 signing bonus, the most they paid out this year, according to a source with access to NFLPA salary information.

Two of the four are inside linebackers Jake Doughty of Utah State and Joe Thomas of South Carolina State.

Two others are outside linebackers Adrian Hubbard of Alabama and Jay Elliott of Toledo.

The fifth is tackle John Fullington of Washington State.

All of the contracts for the Packers' undrafted rookies were identical except for the bonuses: Three-year deals at the NFL minimums of $420,000 this year, $510,000 in 2015, and $600,000 in 2016.

Following are all the Packers' undrafted rookie signees, listed in order of their signing bonuses:

ILB Jake Doughty, Utah State, $5,000

ILB Joe Thomas, South Carolina State, $5,000

OLB Jay Elliott, Toledo, $5,000

OLB Adrian Hubbard, Alabama, $5,000

T John Fullington, Washington State, $5,000

DL Carlos Gray, North Carolina State, $4,000

QB Chase Rettig, Boston College, $3,500

G Jordan McCray, Central Florida, $3,500

DL Mike Pennel, Colorado State-Pueblo, $3,500

RB LaDarius Perkins, Mississippi State, $3,000

S Tanner Miller, Iowa, $2,000

CB Ryan White, Auburn, $2,000

RB Rajion Neal, Tennessee, $2,000

TE Justin Perillo, Maine, $2,000

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