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Packers announce undrafted rookie free agent signings

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GREEN BAY (WKOW) - The Packers announced the signing of 12 rookie free agents. The team released linebacker Chase Thomas to clear a roster spot. The Packers will be hosting a rookie minicamp this weekend.


NON-DRAFTED FREE AGENT SIGNINGS:
 
No
Name
Pos
Ht
Wt
College
HS Hometown
45
Jake Doughty
LB
6-0
234
Utah State
Draper, Utah
47
Jayrone Elliott
LB
6-3
255
Toledo
Cleveland, Ohio
74
Carlos Gray
DE
6-2
313
North Carolina State
Pinson, Ala.
49
Adrian Hubbard
LB
6-6
257
Alabama
Norcross, Ga.
62
Jordan McCray
G
6-3
322
Central Florida
Miami, Fla.
34
Rajion Neal
RB
5-11
220
Tennessee
Tyrone, Ga.
64
Mike Pennel
DT
6-4
332
Colorado State-Pueblo
Aurora, Colo.
80
Justin Perillo
TE
6-3
250
Maine
Wilmington, Del.
36
LaDarius Perkins
RB
5-7
195
Mississippi State
Greenville, Miss.
7
Chase Rettig
QB
6-2
215
Boston College
San Clemente, Calif.
48
Joe Thomas
LB
6-1
227
South Carolina State
Blackville, S.C.
43
Ryan White
CB
5-10
197
Auburn
Tallahassee, Fla.
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