Posted October 01, 2013 on
Michael Hill wasn't sure about his football future after his college career ended in the Division II playoffs. The runner-up for the Harlon Hill Trophy and an MVP of a college all-star game now awaits his chance with the Packers.
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The Packers made a move today by bringing up running back Michael Hill from the practice squad to the 53 man roster.
The news comes courtesy of SB Nation:
[T]he Packers have elected to sign Michael Hill, a running back from their practice squad.
Hill, a rookie out of Missouri Western State, spent most of the offseason with the San Diego Chargers. The Packers signed...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The roster spot that was opened up last week when the Green Bay Packers released Jeremy Ross has been filled by practice-squad running back Michael Hill.
The Packers promoted Hill rather than signing a free agent. Hill, 24, signed to Green Bay's practice squad on Sept. 2 after he was cut at the end of preseason by the San Diego Chargers.
Hill ran for a Missouri...
The Packers promoted running back Michael Hill after James Starks and John Kuhn were out on Monday. Hill was a finalist for the Division II equivalent of the Heisman Trophy as a senior.
We knew that the Packers were going to make a move, after releasing wide receiver/kick returner Jermey Ross last week. Many assumed that Green Bay would add a returner to fill Ross’ spot. Instead, the Packers have decided to sign Michael Hill, a running back from their practice squad.
Hill, a rookie from Missouri Western State, spent the off-season with the San Diego Chargers...