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

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The 2021 NFL free-agent season is winding down. 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.


» 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.


» James Burgess, linebacker: Signed one-year deal with 49ers.

» Jared Veldheer, offensive tackle: Announced retirement after drawing six-game NFL suspension for performance-enhancing drugs.

» 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

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) and it was accepted.

» Chandon Sullivan, cornerback: Packers extended original-round offer ($2.133 million)and it was accepted.

» 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.

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