Packers free-agency tracker: Live updates, latest breaking news

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The 2021 NFL free-agent season is in full throttle. PackersNews.com will be tracking each Packers move and all the incoming and departing players through the next month. Bookmark this page for all the latest news.

Arriving/staying

» Will Redmond, safety: Re-signed by the Packers on April 2.

» Tyler Lancaster, defensive lineman: Did not receive a qualifying offer, but will return to Packers at less than the low tender of $2.133 million.

» Marcedes Lewis, tight end: Re-signed with Packers on a two-year, $8 million deal, according to multiple reports.

» Joe Fortunato, long snapper: Signed by Packers on March 25, the undrafted free agent in 2017 by Indianapolis has yet to play in an NFL game but could push incumbent  Hunter Bradley.

» Kevin King, cornerback: Re-signed with Packers on a one-year, $6 million deal, according to a source.

» Aaron Jones, running back: Re-signed with Packers on a four-year, $40 million deal that includes a $13 million signing bonus, according to agent Drew Rosenhaus. More contract details can be found here.

Departing

» Lane Taylor, guard: Signed one-year deal with Texans.

» Montravius Adams, defensive lineman: Agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Patriots.

» Tim Boyle, quarterback: Aaron Rodgers' backup the last two seasons and a restricted free agent was not tendered a qualifying offer. Boyle reportedly agreed to a one-year, $2.5 million deal with Detroit. Upon departing, Boyle said good-bye to Packers fans. The Packers plan to elevate Jordan Love to the No. 2 quarterback position on their depth chart.

» Jamaal Williams, running back: Bid farewell to fans after Aaron Jones signing, then announced he was signing with the Lions. Williams' bubbly personality was on display in his first meeting with Detroit media.

» Corey Linsley, center: Agreed to terms on a four-year deal with the Chargers.

» Raven Greene, safety: Restricted free agent didn't receive a qualifying offer. Signed May 5 with the Buccaneers.

» John Lovett, tight end/fullback: Released by the Packers on March 12 after missing most of 2020 season due to injuries.

» Christian Kirksey, linebackerReleased Feb. 19 and reportedly signed one-year deal with Texans on March 12.

» Rick Wagner, tackle: Released Feb. 19 and reportedly was considering retirement from the NFL.

Unrestricted free agents

» Tyler Ervin, running back/receiver

» Tavon Austin, receiver

» Damon Harrison, defensive lineman

» Billy Winn, defensive lineman

» James Burgess, linebacker

» Jared Veldheer, offensive tackle

Restricted free agents

Need to know: Packers had until the opening of free agency to offer either a first-round ($4.766 million), second-round ($3.384 million) or original-round ($2.133 million) deal to these players. They are free to negotiate with other teams and agree to a contract. If the Packers put a tender on the player but choose not to match, they will receive the tendered compensation.

» Robert Tonyan, tight end: Packers extended second-round offer ($3.384 million).

» Chandon Sullivan, cornerback: Packers extended original-round offer ($2.133 million)

» Parry Nickerson, cornerback: Did not receive a qualifying offer.

Exclusive rights free agents

Need to know: Players are not free to negotiate with other teams. The Packers hold their rights, so if they are offered the tender but do not take it, they cannot play. 

» Allen Lazard, receiver: Packers were expected to tender an offer.

» Randy Ramsey, edge: Packers submitted a tender.

» Yosuah Nijman, offensive tackle: Packers submitted a tender.

» Malik Taylor, receiver: Packers submitted a tender.