Packers landing undrafted free agents

Weston Hodkiewicz
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Pittsburgh offensive lineman Matt Rotheram, who visited the Green Bay Packers before the draft, reportedly has joined them as an undrafted rookie free agent.

The Green Bay Packers went defensive in three of their first four draft picks this weekend, but when it came to gathering undrafted free agents at the end of the three-day, seven-round draft, they definitely tilted offensive.

Thirteen of the 16 players they agreed to terms with are on the offensive side of the ball, including five wide receivers and four running backs.

Here is a list of those 16 players confirmed by Press-Gazette Media or otherwise noted:

Wide receivers: Javess Blue, Kentucky; Ricky Collins, Texas A&M-Commerce WR (took pre-draft visit); Adrian Coxson, Stony Brook (took pre-draft visit); Jimmie Hunt, Missouri; Larry Pinkard, Old Dominion.

Running backs: Malcolm Agnew, Southern Illinois; John Crockett, North Dakota State; Alonzo Harris, Louisiana-Lafayette; Raymond Maples, Army.

Tight end: Mitchell Henry, Western Kentucky.

Offensive linemen: Fabbians Ebbele, Arizona; Matt Rotheram, Pittsburgh; Marcus Reed, Fayetteville State.

Defensive tackle: Lavon Hooks, Mississippi.

Outside linebacker: Tavarus Dantzler, Bethune-Cookman.

Cornerback: Bernard Blake, Colorado State.

Among players coming to Green Bay on a tryout are Alabama quarterback Blake Sims (per, Buffalo offensive lineman Jake Silas, Colorado State-Pueblo defensive lineman Josh Bredl, and BYU defensive back Skye PoVey.

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