Fantasy Football News & Views
Packers | Jamaal Williams the power back? Sat Jul 22, 12:30 AM
Green Bay Packers RB Jamaal Williams said he 'likes to bruise' and believes he can help wear down defenses in the third and fourth quarters of games.
|Footballguys view: Ty Montgomery is the de facto starter, but Williams is the best "big back" on the Packers roster. He could be a LeGarrette Blount light to help the team close out games now that Eddie Lacy is in Seattle. He's a late-round flier to watch in camp.|
Packers | Vince Biegel should be ready for Week 1 Fri Jul 21, 07:05 PM
Green Bay Packers LB Vince Biegel (foot) may not be ready for the start of training camp but should be ready for the start of the regular season.Link to story
Packers | Jeff Janis could be on the bubble Fri Jul 21, 02:10 AM
Green Bay Packers WR Jeff Janis could be in danger of not making the team, according to ESPN's Rob Demovsky, after the Packers invested draft picks on WRs Malachi Dupre and DeAngelo Yancey as well as the emergence of WR Geronimo Allison. Janis did little as a receiver last season but has been one of their top performers on special teams.
|Footballguys view: Every couple of years there emerges a Packers wide receiver fans and fantasy owners are drawn to like a moth to flame. And like that moth, inevitably it all ends in flame and tears. Janis is a guy who Packers fans raved about for several years but who never fulfilled that promise. We have no real expectation that changes this year IF he makes the team, and that won't happen if a hungrier special teams ace emerges. You can safely stop moving towards the flame now otherwise you will get burned.|
Jeff Janis player page
Packers | Jamaal Williams will be No. 2 back Thu Jul 20, 01:14 PM
Green Bay Packers rookie RB Jamaal Williams will begin training camp as the No. 2 running back behind RB Ty Montgomery, according to running backs coach Ben Sirmans.
|Footballguys view: If Montgomery is injured, Williams could be a big time earner. He's got great vision, moves the pile and runs bigger than his size. He needs to prove himself in pass protection, but we like his upside. For redraft, he's going as the 52nd running back off the board in early drafts and that sounds about right. He has ability, but so does Montgomery. For dynasty purposes, we think he should get moved up some draft boards by GMs looking to snag a low-cost player with high-upside.|
Ty Montgomery player page
Packers | Geronimo Allison to miss first game Wed Jul 19, 04:13 PM
Green Bay Packers WR Geronimo Allison has been suspended for the first game of the 2017 season for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy.
|Footballguys view: Allison had a misdemeanor marijuana possession charge that was settled earlier this year. He flashed the last two games of his rookie season in 2016 with 4-for-66 against the Vikings in Week 16 and 4-for-91 and a touchdown against the Lions in Week 17. When he returns in Week 2 this year, it will be as the Packers no4 wide receiver behind Jordy Nelson, Davante Adams and Randall Cobb.|
Packers | Geronimo Allison given tall comparison Wed Jul 19, 10:54 AM
Green Bay Packers WR Geronimo Allison was compared to former New Orleans Saints WR Marques Colston as a big, powerful receiver, according to one scout.
|Footballguys view: Let's not go overboard here. We like Allison as a dynasty prospect but he's a little lanky (6'3" 196 pounds) to be compared to Colston (6'4" 225 pounds). He suspended the first game this year, but Allison should be the Packers no4 wide receiver behind Jordy Nelson, Davante Adams and Randall Cobb.|
Packers | Davante Adams in a contract year Wed Jul 19, 10:49 AM
Green Bay Packers WR Davante Adams is entering the final year of his rookie contract in 2017. His 12 touchdowns tied for fourth in the NFL last season.
|Footballguys view: Touchdown production like that is tough to duplicate, so we could see Adams having a statistical dip in 2017. He's earned the trust of Aaron Rodgers, but Adams did drop seven passes last year...and concentration has been a problem for him dating back to his days catching passes from Derek Carr at Fresno State.|
Davante Adams player page
Packers | Belief remains in Randall Cobb Wed Jul 19, 10:46 AM
Green Bay Packers WR Randall Cobb still has the team's belief in him after his three-touchdown performance in the wild-card game against the New York Giants. 'I think you saw him in those playoff games,' wide receivers coach Luke Getsy said, 'and he wasn't even totally healthy, and you saw who he is. He's an impactful guy. You take the Giants game early in the year, and it's third-and-long, and we throw the ball way short of the sticks and he's the only guy on the football team that makes that play for us.'
|Footballguys view: It's been a couple of years since Cobb produced at a high level. Last year, injuries robbed Cobb of his explosiveness and he didn't look like the same player. Now healthy, Cobb is looking to bounce back in 2017. Fantasy owners are selecting him at WR40 (8.08) in 12-team PPR leagues.|
Randall Cobb player page
Packers | Jordy Nelson evolved into slot receiver Wed Jul 19, 10:33 AM
Green Bay Packers WR Jordy Nelson ran nearly half of his routes from the slot and the perimeter in the final 10 games last season. In 181 routes run from the slot, according to Pro Football Focus, Nelson led the NFL with 2.75 yards per route.
|Footballguys view: Keep this in mind when looking at matchup data this season. Nelson is the favorite target of QB Aaron Rodgers and fantasy owners love him too. Most are taking him at the turn (1.12) as the no6 wide receiver off the board in 12-team PPR leagues.|
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Packers | Green Bay has embraced TE in red zone Tue Jul 11, 11:02 PM
Green Bay Packers TEs Andrew Quarless (13) and Richard Rodgers (14) ranked among the team's top three players in red zone targets in 2014 in 2015, respectively, before Jared Cook's injury-plagued 2016 campaign ruined the streak. Martellus Bennett signed a three-year, $21 million contract to be the team's top tight end in the offseason.
|Footballguys view: Message! Fantasy owners were already excited about Bennett signing with the Packers and that sounds even better with this historical data. Bennett could work to become a favorite target of QB Aaron Rodgers quickly ... especially when the team is near pay dirt. He's coming off the board at TE8 (7.10) in 12-team PPR leagues.|
Martellus Bennett player page
Packers | Jordy Nelson busy inside red zone Tue Jul 11, 08:10 PM
Green Bay Packers WR Jordy Nelson recorded a league-high 29 targets inside the red zone last year, including an NFL-best 15 inside the 10.
|Footballguys view: Projecting 90 catches and 1,100 receiving yards in 2017 for Nelson is fair. It will be interesting to see how TE Martellus Bennett plays into the red zone targets distributed by QB Aaron Rodgers but we still think Nelson could go over double-digit touchdowns this year. Nelson's current ADP is WR6 (1.12) in 12-team PPR leagues.|
Jordy Nelson player page
Packers | Max McCaffrey hoping for a chance Sat Jul 8, 11:12 PM
Green Bay Packers WR Max McCaffrey said he is hoping to make the 53-man roster and carve out a role in the offense this season.
|Footballguys view: We should monitor any potential Packers receiver in dynasty leagues because of Aaron Rodgers, but McCaffrey still has a tough road to a roster spot despite spending last year on the team's practice squad. He ran in the 4.4s with a 6'2" frame at his pro day and comes from an NFL family (#8 pick Christian is his brother and former Broncos wide receiver Ed is his father), but the Packers have a crowded depth chart at the bottom after taking two on the third day this year.|
Packers | Geronimo Allison looking to improve Sat Jul 8, 02:34 PM
Green Bay Packers WR Geronimo Allison said he has been working on being more efficient in his breaks this offseason as well as improving his fundamentals.
|Footballguys view: Allison made a splash late last year when injuries got him on the field as the #3 receiver in place of Randall Cobb. The team drafted two wide receivers - DeAngelo Yancey and Malachi Dupre - to push him for the #4 job, and size/speed wonder Jeff Janis is still around. We watch the bottom of the depth chart at wide receiver very closely when the quarterback is as good as Aaron Rodgers.|
Packers | Montravius Adams signs contract Wed Jul 5, 06:39 PM
Green Bay Packers third-round draft choice DT Montravius Adams signed his contract Wednesday, July 5. Financial terms were not disclosed.
|Footballguys view: Adams was very consistent in his senior season, and could help bring some stability to the middle of the Packers defensive line. We like the fit, though it could take a while for him to emerge as a solid and consistent producer.|
Packers | Aaron Rodgers excited for TE group Thu Jun 29, 11:36 PM
Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers said the additions of TE Martellus Bennett and TE Lance Kendricks give the offense more flexibility to run two-tight end sets. 'Both guys can put their hand on the ground and go and block guys really well but also add that dimension in the passing game,' Rodgers said.
|Footballguys view: The Packers have needed to find a good 'move' tight end for quite some time. Bennett could easily be that for the team, and he's an upgrade over Jared Cook or Richard Rodgers. Bennett should be able to produce like a low-end TE1 for fantasy owners in 2017. He's going off the board at TE8 (7.09) in 12-team PPR leagues.|
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Packers | Brett Hundley enlightened Tue Jun 27, 08:45 AM
Green Bay Packers QB Brett Hundley said he has a better understanding of the mental aspect of the game. He's expected to play quite a bit during the preseason.
|Footballguys view: Hundley is super athletic and he's not afraid to challenge a defense with his arm. His eternal clock was a mess when he came out of UCLA as a fifth-round pick in the 2015 NFL draft. It sounds like things are clicking better for him mentally after a couple of years experience with an NFL team. Hundley should be the primary backup for Aaron Rodgers in 2017.|
Brett Hundley player page
Packers | Joe Callahan eyeing No. 3 QB role Sat Jun 17, 10:55 PM
Green Bay Packers QB Joe Callahan has a better grasp of the playbook than QB Taysom Hill, and Callahan looks like the frontrunner for the No. 3 quarterback job, according to Aaron Nagler of USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin.Link to story
Packers | Trevor Davis making strides Sat Jun 17, 12:12 AM
Green Bay Packers WR Trevor Davis has made significant improvements and is playing with more confidence, according to wide receivers coach Luke Getsy.
|Footballguys view: A fifth-round pick out of Cal in 2016, Davis brings track speed to the football field. He didn't do much as a rookie and was inactive for a handful of games in 2016. A more confident Davis can play faster -- and play better -- in 2017. Keep an eye on his progress in dynasty leagues.|
Packers | Corey Linsley likely back for camp Fri Jun 16, 02:30 AM
Green Bay Packers C Corey Linsley (ankle) is expected to be ready for the start of training camp, according to head coach Mike McCarthy.Link to story
Packers | Antwan Goodley waived from IR Thu Jun 15, 07:31 PM
Green Bay Packers WR Antwan Goodley (undisclosed) was waived from the Reserve/Injured with an injury settlement Thursday, June 15.Antwan Goodley player page
Packers | Damarious Randall expected to play inside Wed Jun 14, 12:03 PM
Green Bay Packers CB Damarious Randall has had an 'outstanding offseason' according to head coach Mike McCarthy, who intends to keep Randall in the slot this year.Link to story
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Packers | Vince Biegel injury update Wed Jun 14, 02:51 AM
Green Bay Packers LB Vince Biegel (foot) is expected to return 'in training camp,' according to head coach Mike McCarthy. The first practice will be July 27, and the Packers open the regular season on Sept. 10.Link to story
Packers | Don Barclay practices at center Sun Jun 11, 09:36 AM
Green Bay Packers OT Don Barclay worked out with the first-team offense at center during the team's offseason program last week. Starting C Corey Linsley (ankle) is still recovering from ankle surgery and did not give a timetable for his return.Link to story
Packers | Randall Cobb to see more touches? Thu Jun 8, 01:13 PM
Green Bay Packers WR Randall Cobb will receive more touches this season if head coach Mike McCarthy gets his way. Wide receivers coach Luke Getsy agrees. 'When you have a guy like him that's so dynamic with the football in his hands... you've got to get him the football,' Getsy said.
|Footballguys view: Injuries limited Cobb's effectiveness last season, and he never seemed to quite get his feet under him. We'd like to see him bounce back to where he was at the previous two seasons, though the 1,287 yards of 2014 is likely a bit too far a reach. We think, and his ADP of 93 (38 for wide receivers) backs us up, he'll be better but not break any record books.|
Randall Cobb player page
Packers | Aaron Rodgers not worried about contract Tue Jun 6, 07:49 PM
Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers said his impending contract will take care of itself, adding that he's not worried about not being the highest-paid quarterback in the NFL. Rodgers said he's going to continue to make himself an 'indispensable' part of the Packers' roster. 'When you do that, when your time comes up to get a contract, you usually get a contract extension.
|Footballguys view: There's no way that Rodgers goes anywhere anytime soon. His contract situation won't be an issue either, and across the board he is considered one of--if not the top--fantasy quarterback for 2017. His ADP is 21 overall and first overall at his position. If his receivers are healthy, that's deserved.|
Aaron Rodgers player page
Packers | Green Bay makes two moves Tue Jun 6, 02:17 PM
Undrafted free-agent OT Robert Leff (Auburn) was signed by the Green Bay Packers Tuesday, June 6. C Jacob Flores was released in a corresponding move.Link to story
Packers | Jordy Nelson the most effective WR? Sun Jun 4, 11:49 PM
Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers had a 117.7 passer rating when targeting WR Jordy Nelson last year, the highest mark for any receiver in the NFL.
|Footballguys view: In each of the last two years he's played, Nelson has ranked as the no2 fantasy receiver (2014) and no1 fantasy receiver (2016). Fantasy owners should expect him to perform like a top-5 fantasy WR in 2017. His current ADP is WR6 (1.12) in 12-team PPR leagues.|
Aaron Rodgers player page
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Packers | Two more moves for Packers Thu Jun 1, 01:11 PM
Green Bay Packers P Jake Schum was released Thursday, June 1, while undrafted free-agent WR Colby Pearson (BYU) was signed.Link to story
Packers | Jamaal Williams signs rookie contract Thu Jun 1, 01:08 PM
Green Bay Packers RB Jamaal Williams signed his four-year rookie deal Thursday, June 1. Financial terms were not disclosed.
|Footballguys view: Ty Montgomery is slated to be the starter, but the Packers didn't draft a pair of backs to hang on the sidelines. Williams is a tough inside runner, and has a no-nonsense style like Rob Kelley (Washington) or Jordan Howard (Bears). More likely, Williams will run over you. He could see short yardage work early on with the potential for more depending on Montgomery.|
Packers | Ty Montgomery bulking up Wed May 31, 10:59 PM
Green Bay Packers RB Ty Montgomery is now weighing in at 220 pounds, which is by design to better suit him as a full-time starting running back. He was lifting more over the offseason to gain more muscle.
|Footballguys view: He's going to have to if he is expected to carry the full load during the season. The Packers did draft two running backs, so he may not really be getting all the touches, but he'll get first crack. Even if Montgomery is the main back, we're not expecting to hit 1000 yards in this offensive scheme, which eschewed the run a lot last year and probably will again this year.|
Ty Montgomery player page
Packers | Vince Biegel signs contract Wed May 31, 04:23 PM
Green Bay Packers fourth-round draft pick LB Vince Biegel signed his four-year contract Wednesday, May 31. Financial terms were not disclosed.Link to story
Packers | Martellus Bennett connecting with Aaron Rodgers Mon May 29, 04:25 PM
Green Bay Packers TE Martellus Bennett has made it a priority to get to know QB Aaron Rodgers this offseason. Bennett said he's had a lot of conversations with his new quarterback and has really made an effort to simply befriend Rodgers. 'I'm just trying to do my job, make sure I can keep up with [my teammates], Bennett said. 'They've been doing a good job for so long, I'm just trying to get in where I fit in right now.'
|Footballguys view: Good news for the Packers here, and potentially great news for fantasy owners looking to invest in Bennett. The Packers have a high-powered passing game, and with Rodgers tossing him the rock it wouldn't surprise us to see Bennett finish the year as a top-5 fantasy tight end. His current ADP is TE8 (7.04) in 12-team PPR leagues.|
Martellus Bennett player page
Packers | Ty Montgomery continuing his RB education Sat May 27, 06:16 PM
Green Bay Packers RB Ty Montgomery admits he was running on instincts for most of last year following his position change from wide receiver, but he feels much more comfortable after a full offseason at his new position.
|Footballguys view: Montgomery is atop the depth chart at running back for the Packers, but he'll have better competition behind him this year. Rookie Jamaal Williams (BYU) was the team's fourth-round pick, and he's got the ability to be a grinder in the mold of a Jordan Howard (Bears). Fellow rookie Aaron Jones (UTEP) should compete for touches in the backfield as well.|
Ty Montgomery player page
Packers | Ty Montgomery has a better understanding Wed May 24, 11:42 AM
Green Bay Packers RB Ty Montgomery has a better understanding of the mental aspect of being a running back and admitted that he ran a lot on instincts last season. 'I was running a lot on instincts. I knew where I was supposed to be going, but it was instinct,' Montgomery said. 'Now, I know techniques. I know rotations and linebacker positions, and fronts and understanding gap rules and what the defense is supposed to be doing. Now when I get out there, I know my reads and my aiming points and I can just add that to my instincts. I'm excited to do that.'
|Footballguys view: Montgomery has to be considered the frontrunner for the starting RB job in Green Bay...for now. He's going to be facing some quality competition this summer for that top spot on the depth chart. Rookies Jamaal Williams (4th round, BYU) and Aaron Jones (5th round, UTEP) are likely to push Montgomery for the starting gig. We like Williams because of his power and intent running style. When all is said and done, don't be surprised to see the Packers implement a RBBC featuring all three backs.|
Ty Montgomery player page
Packers | Quinten Rollins had groin surgery Tue May 23, 11:27 PM
Green Bay Packers CB Quinten Rollins (groin) underwent groin surgery right after the season to fix a problem that stretched from October through January. He was bothered by a nagging groin problem throughout the campaign. Rollins did not feel any restrictions, however, when he was on the field for OTAs Tuesday, May 23, and said the issue was 'night-and-day better.'Link to story
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Packers | Josh Jones signs contract Fri May 19, 04:13 PM
Green Bay Packers second-round draft choice S Josh Jones signed his four-year contract with the Packers Friday, May 19. Financial terms were not disclosed.
|Footballguys view: Jones is an intimidating player who thrives on playing close to the line of scrimmage. Last year for the Wolfpack of NC State, Jones led the team with 109 tackles (four for loss) and three interceptions, also breaking up eight passes. He loves the violence of hitting, but Jones will have to show better in coverage at the pro level.|
Packers | Vince Biegel had surgery Mon May 15, 03:29 PM
Green Bay Packers rookie LB Vince Biegel (foot) underwent surgery on his foot last week. He may miss the beginning of training camp in July.
|Footballguys view: The first pick of the fourth round in the 2017 NFL draft, Biegel is your prototypical Wisconsin linebacker. He gives full effort on every snap and is known as a leader for his play on the field. The injury plagued him last year for the Badgers, and now he's had surgery to repair what sources indicate is a Jones Fracture in his foot.|
Packers | Young Green Bay WRs likely limited Sun May 14, 09:45 PM
Green Bay Packers WR DeAngelo Yancey and WR Malachi Dupre will likely be limited to special teams duties as rookies because of how much is expected of receivers in Green Bay's offense, according to beat writer Aaron Nagler.
|Footballguys view: We could easily see that happening for both Yancey and Dupre. They'll be battling for the fifth spot (at best) on the depth chart in 2017.|
Packers | Vince Biegel could contribute immediately Fri May 12, 01:33 PM
Green Bay Packers fourth-round LB Vince Biegel will have the opportunity to contribute quickly, according to ESPN.com NFC North writers Rob Demovsky and Ben Goessling.Link to story
Packers | Kevin King signs with Green Bay Thu May 11, 05:47 PM
Green Bay Packers CB Kevin King signed his four-year rookie deal Thursday, May 11, according to a source. Financial terms were not disclosed.
|Footballguys view: King is a big (6'3" 200 pounds) and physical player who reminds scouts of another Washington "Casino Cornerback" in Marcus Peters (Chiefs). He showed great versatility in college, lining up at all four spots in the defensive secondary and at slot corner. Don't be surprised if he wins a starting job as a rookie.|
Packers | Antwan Goodley placed on IR Tue May 9, 07:32 PM
Green Bay Packers WR Antwan Goodley (undisclosed) reverted to the Reserve/Injured list Tuesday, May 9, after being waived/injured Monday, May 8.Antwan Goodley player page
Packers | Green Bay adds William Stanback Mon May 8, 05:40 PM
Undrafted free-agent RB William Stanback (Virginia Union) was signed by the Green Bay Packers Monday, May 8. WR Antwan Goodley was subsequently released.
|Footballguys view: Stanback is a powerful back who can grind down opponents as the game goes on. Initially a star RB for UCF, Stanback was dismissed by the school in 2015 after failing multiple drug tests. He ended up at Virginia Union University, where Stanback rushed for 1,299 yards and 15 touchdowns for the Division II school. The Packers have added talent at the RB position through the draft, with three players at the position added in the process. Stanback has a lot of competition in front of him if he wants to even make the practice squad in 2017.|
Antwan Goodley player page
Packers | Vince Biegel injures hand Sun May 7, 04:31 PM
Green Bay Packers LB Vince Biegel (hand) suffered a hand injury during the team's rookie minicamp, but X-rays did not show any broken bones in the hand. Biegel practiced Saturday, May 6, with a club on his injured hand.Link to story
Packers | Green Bay brings in three UDFAs Fri May 5, 12:47 PM
The Green Bay Packers have agreed to terms with undrafted free-agents TE Aaron Peck (Fresno State), WR Michael Clark (Marshall) and WR Montay Crockett (Georgia Southern) on Friday, May 5.Link to story
Packers | Green Bay signs five draft choices Fri May 5, 12:44 PM
Green Bay Packers fifth-round RB Aaron Jones, fifth-round WR DeAngelo Yancey, sixth-round C Kofi Amichia, seventh-round RB Devante Mays and seventh-round WR Malachi Dupre each signed their four-year rookie contracts Friday, May 5.
|Footballguys view: Watch out for Jones (Texas-El Paso) from this group. The Packers backfield has undergone some changes this offseason. Eddie Lacy is now in Seattle, and Green Bay selected three RBs in the 2017 NFL draft to compete with Ty Montgomery for snaps at the position. Jamaal Williams (BYU) has power and instincts for running the ball, but Jones has burst and big play ability. The UTEP runner had eight games last year where he broke off a run of 40 or more yards. Williams vs Jones vs Montgomery is going to be interesting to watch unfold in camp.|
Packers | Kevin King could start Tue May 2, 11:14 AM
Green Bay Packers CB Kevin King could open the season as one of the starting cornerbacks, in the opinion of beat writer Rob Demovsky.
|Footballguys view: King was one of the top corners available in the 2017 NFL draft. He's got unusual length (6'3") for the position, and the rookie has lined up inside at slot corner, outside at corner and also at safety. His versatility and physical attributes should help him see the field early and often for the Pack.|
Packers | Jahri Evans terms Tue May 2, 10:56 AM
Updating a previous report, Green Bay Packers OG Jahri Evans landed a one-year, $2.25 million deal. The deal includes a $1.15 million base salary, a $200,000 signing bonus, $800,000 in per-game roster bonuses, a $100,000 workout bonus and $250,000 in incentives.Link to story
Packers | Kalif Phillips signs with Packers Tue May 2, 09:22 AM
Undrafted free-agent RB Kalif Phillips (North Carolina-Charlotte) signed a three-year deal with the Green Bay Packers Tuesday, May 2.
|Footballguys view: The Packers showed interest in Phillips before the draft, so it makes sense they would add him to the mix as a priority free agent. Phillips is 5'9" and weighed in at a sturdy 218 pounds on pro day. At his pro day, Phillips registered a disappointing 4.64-second 40-yard dash. During 2016 Phillips rushed for 907 yards with four rushing touchdowns. He also chipped in with 20 catches for 242 receiving yards. Even in a revamped backfield, Phillips will struggle to make the 53-man roster. Perhaps he'll be a practice squad player.|
Packers | Ha Ha Clinton-Dix's option picked up Mon May 1, 02:52 PM
Green Bay Packers SS Ha Ha Clinton-Dix had his fifth-year option exercised Monday, May 1.
|Footballguys view: An easy decision for the Packers here. Clinton-Dix is one of the most durable young players in the league and has never missed a game as a pro. He's been productive and effective patrolling the field for the Packers defense. Clinton-Dix is coming off a career-high five interceptions in 2016.|
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Packers | Christine Michael shown the door Mon May 1, 01:12 PM
Green Bay Packers RB Christine Michael was released Monday, May 1.
|Footballguys view: Michael has bounced around the league despite having quite a bit of natural talent. The Packers have revamped their backfield with three RBs chosen in the 2017 NFL draft. Fourth-round pick Jamaal Williams is the most likely to challenge converted WR Ty Montgomery for the lead RB job for Green Bay.|
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