Williams continues to test free agency after his contract with the Packers expired.
The free agent veteran cornerback has seen several opportunities dry up on the open market.
Wes Hodkiewicz of the Green Bay Press-Gazette discusses the signing of Bryan Bulaga, the departure of Davon House and what happens to Tramon Williams next.
Ted Thompson is usually in attendance in Madison, but he might otherwise be busy with free agency this Wednesday.
Williams reached free agency without coming to a contract extension with the Packers and is now exploring his options.
Bulaga will reportedly receive a deal averaging just south of $7 million per season in Green Bay.
Revis is reportedly seeking a deal worth $40 million guaranteed, making it unlikely Green Bay will be a final landing spot.
Despite interest from the Minnesota Vikings, former Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk has agreed to a two-year deal with the Cincinnati...
Boykin becomes a free agent, able to sign with any NFL team of his choosing.
From all indications, the Green Bay Packers are doing their best to maintain depth at offensive tackle as the clock ticks toward free agency.
Nothing is official yet, but it appears the Packers are nearing a deal to keep their offensive lineman off the open market.
Indications are that House will get a deal worth roughy $6.25 million per season in Jacksonville.
The new league year opens at 3:00 p.m. CT on Tuesday when there will be a flurry of activity across the NFL.
After being released by the Houston Texans, the seven-time Pro Bowler looks to join a contending football team this upcoming season.
Harris joins quarterback Matt Flynn among players the Packers will reportedly not be bringing back in 2015.
The Minnesota Vikings have placed a call to pending free agent cornerback Davon House during the NFL's three-day window for negotiations, according...
Monday represents the final day the Packers have exclusive signing rights to their pending free agents.
Coming on the heels of news that the Green Bay Packers have re-signed quarterback Scott Tolzien, it appears as if they'll be moving on from Matt...
The Packers backup quarterback reportedly got a one-year deal worth $1.35 million.
Cobb reportedly received $17 million guaranteed and accepted less than offers from other NFL teams.
Packers players entering free agency can begin negotiating with other teams on Saturday. And likewise, the Packers can negotiate with players from other teams.
After being released last week by the Green Bay Packers, linebacker A.J. Hawk is reportedly finding interest on the free-agent market:...
Scott McKenna of the Talkin' S-Mac blog joins us as we go through the Packers' list of free agents player by players.
Friday represents the last day the Packers have exclusive negotiating rights with their free agents like wide receiver Randall Cobb.
Williams reportedly rejected a two-year deal worth $8 million with the Packers.
Brad Jones got a 2-year deal with the #Eagles worth $2.85 M with $500 K guaranteed.
The Packers risk losing Tramon Williams and Davon House if they can't get Randall Cobb and Bryan Bulaga under contract before the start of free agency.
The Packers wide receiver is scheduled to become a free agent on March 10 if he doesn't agree to a contract extension first.
Cobb tells Cheesehead TV, "I think they could have conversations right now."
History says Ted Thompson and the Packers aren't about to allow Cobb to reach free agency.