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Packers release 2012 fourth-round pick Jerron McMillian; sign RB Kahlil Bell

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Four months ago, Jerron McMillian was competing for a starting safety job with the Green Bay Packers during training camp. Now, he's out of a job entirely. The Packers released McMillian on Tuesday, less than two years after Green Bay drafted him in the fourth round. "As far as his individual performance, it just wasn't quite what it needed to be this year,"...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
December 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Packers Release Second-Year S Jerron McMillian

The Green Bay Packers announced that they have released second-year S Jerron McMillian to make room for RB Kahlil Bell. McMillian, 24, was a fourth-round selection back in 2012, so it is a little surprising to see them part ways with a reasonably high draft pick after less than two years with the team. McMillian played in 28 games with the Packers and tallied 28 tackles, one interception...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
December 03, 2013  |  Discuss

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