Over the past several weeks, I've been tracking players reported to have come to visit the Green Bay Packers on official visits as a service to our readers. The latest update was located here.
I do as best I can, monitoring other outlets for reports on visits, but do not have the contacts of Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, who provided eight more names on Monday.
Among them, Silverstein reports the Packers brought in Brian Dixon, a cornerback from Northwest Missouri State and not his twin brother Brandon Dixon as Damond Talbot of NFLDraftDiamonds.com originally reported.
Every NFL team is allowed to bring up to 30 players on visits to team headquarters in which they're allowed to interview and undergo a physical examination but not be put through a workout.
Here's the latest list including names from the Journal Sentinel:
- Quarterback Tom Savage, Pittsburgh
- Quarterback David Fales, San Jose State
- Quarterback Keith Wenning, Ball State
- Quarterback Brock Jensen, North Dakota State
- Wide receiver Jeremy Butler, Tennessee-Martin
- Center Luke Bowanko, Virginia
- Offensive lineman John Fullington, Washington State
- Offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, McGill
- Cornerback Brandon Dixon, Northwest Missouri State
- Cornerback Walt Aikens, Liberty
- Linebacker Prince Shembo, Notre Dame
- Wide receiver Torrence Allen, West Texas A&M
- Inside linebacker Joe Thomas, South Carolina State
- Defensive lineman Beau Allen, Wisconsin
- Defensive lineman Andru Pulu, Eastern Washington
- Running back Darrin Reeves, Alabama-Birmingham
- Running back James Baker, Idaho
- Offensive lineman Curtis Feight, West Virginia
- Offensive lineman Justin McCray, Central Florida
- Offensive lineman Josh Andrews, Oregon State
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