The Green Bay Packers had selected nine new players by the end of the 2020 NFL draft, but that doesn’t they were done adding fresh talent from the class.
The Packers have agreed to terms with 15 undrafted free agents since the conclusion of the draft on Saturday night, including Texas State inside linebacker/safety Frankie Griffin as their most recent addition. He tallied 187 tackles and 20.5 for a loss during his four seasons with the Bobcats with 5.5 sacks, four forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries.
Once all signings become official — including the Packers’ nine draft picks and two waiver-wire pickups from last week — Green Bay is expected to have just one spot available on its 90-man offseason roster. The roster had been full until the team released quarterback Manny Wilkins on Tuesday afternoon.
Here’s a live look at which 2020 undrafted free agents have reportedly signed with the Packers with more background on each player to come as signings become official:
Frankie Griffin (ILB/S, Texas State)
Travis Bruffy (OL, Texas Tech)
Jordan Jones (TE/FB, Prairie View A&M)
Delontae Scott (DE, SMU)
Henry Black (S, Baylor)
Willington Previlon (DE, Rutgers)
Darrell Stewart (WR, Michigan State)
Krys Barnes (LB, UCLA)
Tipa Galeai (EDGE, Utah State)
Will Sunderland Jr. (DB, Troy)
Patrick Taylor Jr. (RB, Memphis)
Stanford Samuels (CB, Florida State)
Zack Johnson (OL, North Dakota State)
Marc-Antoine Dequoy (S, University of Montreal)
Jalen Morton (QB, Praire View A&M)
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