GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The Packers made a change to their practice squad Tuesday, signing center Garth Gerhart and releasing offensive lineman Shea Allard.
Gerhart went undrafted in 2012 but spent the entire season on the Cleveland Browns' practice squad. Gerhart started 35 games at Arizona State from 2008-11.
The Green Bay Packers made a slew of roster moves on Friday in order to reach their league required 53-man roster limit. The Packers placed OT Derek Sherrod on the Physically Unable to Perform list while placing LB Vic So’oto on the injured reserve list.
The Packers announced the release of 18 players from their roster. OT Shea Allard, WR Diondre Borel, TE Brandon Bostick, QB B...
Veteran defensive tackle Daniel Muir was one of 18 players released on Friday
This was one of the least exciting cut-down days in recent memory. General manager Ted Thompson reached the 53-man roster limit by releasing 18 players, placing one on injured reserve and one on the PUP list.
The Packers released offensive tackle Shea Allard, wide receiver Diondre Borel, tight end Brandon...
The Green Bay Packers have made their first moves to cut down their roster to the 53 man mark to open the regular season.
The following players have been released so far according to various reports and sources. Any reported cuts will not show up here, however, if not reported by a verified member of the media following the Green Bay Packers:
S Anthony Levine
C Sampson Genus
After going undrafted and unwanted in college free agency, Delaware's Shea Allard was ready to put his degree to work. Instead, the Packers invited him to last weekend's rookie camp, and he beat the odds by signing a contract.