Get caught up on who's in, who's out and who's TBD as the Packers make roster changes ahead of the 2018 NFL season.
The following players are reportedly being added to the Packers roster for 2018.
These Packers are reportedly on their way out.
Jordy Nelson, wide receiver — released, signed with Oakland Raiders
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Starting players who will be unrestricted free agents or are otherwise considered on the bubble.
Randall Cobb, wide receiver — 2018 cap hit $12.72 million
Morgan Burnett, safety — signing with the Pittsburgh Steelers
Ahmad Brooks, linebacker — unrestricted free agent
Davon House, cornerback — 1 year
Jeff Janis, wide receiver — signing with Cleveland Browns
Tramon Williams, cornerback — 2 years, unknown contract
Tramon Williams, cornerback — 2 years, $10 million
Veteran cornerback Tramon Williams, who spent the 2007 through 2014 seasons with the Packers, is set to return to the place where he'd spent the prime of his career. And while Williams might not be the same player he was in 2010, when he was among the game's top cover men and helped the Packers win Super Bowl XLV, he showed last season with the Arizona Cardinals that he still has plenty left in the tank.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Williams signed a two-year deal worth about $10 million.
Williams has had at least one interception in all eight seasons he's played in the NFL, peaking at six in 2010 when he helped take the Packers to a win in Super Bowl XLV and was selected to the Pro Bowl.
In the 2017 season, Williams had two interceptions, 39 tackles, two assists and 12 pass defenses in 13 games played for the Arizona Cardinals. Prior to that he spent two seasons with the Cleveland Browns after leaving the Packers in 2014 after eight years.
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