Green Bay Packers 2020 undrafted free-agent tracker

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GREEN BAY - The run on undrafted free agents is hectic in a normal year, but with all of his staff safe at home Green Bay Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst elected to delegate responsibilities Saturday night in the hopes of landing their top targets. 

“We’re not going to be able to get together, so I’m just really fortunate that I have a bunch of experienced guys that I can turn it over to,” he said. “I’ll still be heavily involved but not like usual."

This will be a running list of players the Packers have agreed to terms with as an undrafted free agent or potential rookie tryout player. It is important to note that no player formally signs without a passed physical.

According to the NFLPA site, the Packers had 66 players on their roster before drafting nine more. They can agree to sign 15 more players.

Frankie Griffin, LB/S: The Packers agreed to bring in the Texas St. defender. He is listed at 6-feet and 205 pounds.

Delontae Scott, Edge: confirmed the 6-5, 250-pound college defensive end had 18 tackles for loss in 2019 for Southern Methodist University.

Henry Black, S: A 6-foot, 206-pound safety from Baylor played wide receiver and cornerback in high school.

Travis Bruffy, OG:According to Texas Tech, the interior linemen agreed to terms with the Packers. He is 6-6 and 305 pounds.

Tipa Galeai, DE: confirmed the Packers picked up Jordan Love's teammate from Utah State. He is 6-5 and 235 pounds.

Willington Previlon, DE, Rutgers, 6-4, 290 pounds. Honorable mention all-Big Ten. Ended career with 71 tackles, 11.5 tackles-for-loss, four sacks and three pass breakups 

Stanford Samuels, CB: The Florida State defensive back is 6-1, 187 pounds and ran a 4.65-second 40 at the combine.

Marc-Antoine Dequoy, DB: confirmed the Packers agreed to bring in the Canadian football player. The 25-year-old reportedly ran a 4.35-second, 40-yard dash and had a 37-inch vertical.

Zack Johnson, OT: The Packers dipped back into familiar waters at North Dakota State and confirmed the 6-4, 317-pound offensive linemen will come to Green Bay as a tackle.

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Patrick Taylor, RB: Per his agency, the Packers agreed to terms with the 6-1, 217-pound runner out of Memphis. He ran a 4.57-second 40-yard dash at the combine and had a 34-inch vertical. 

Krys Barnes, LB: A high school teammate of first-round pick Jordan Love, confirmed the 6-1, 235-pound linebacker out of UCLA will come to Green Bay.

Will Sunderland, CB: The defensive back out of Troy is 6-4, 196 pounds and ran a 4.51-second 40 at his pro day in early March. confirmed he agreed to come to Green Bay.

Darrell Stewart, WR: The Michigan State reportedly agreed to terms to head to Green Bay. He did not run the 40 at the combine but posted a 35-inch vertical leap and 117-inch broad jump. He is 6-feet and 212 pounds.

Jordan Jones, TE/FB: confirmed the Prairie View A&M tight end/fullback agreed to terms. He is 6-1, 250 pounds and previously played at Grambling State.

Jalen Morton, QB: Per reports, the Packers agreed to terms with the Prairie View A&M signal caller. Morton is 6-4, 226 pounds and threw for over 3,200 yards in his career. He also rushed for over 1,000 yards in his college career.

Check back for frequent updates.

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