Packers: Headlines

Jclombardi reviews Packers offseason headlines.

Kampman leaving:  Florida Times-Union reported late Saturday night that the Jacksonville Jaguars had agreed to terms on a contract with the former Green Bay Packers linebacker.

Clifton returning: Espn. com reported Friday evening that Clifton, an unrestricted free agent, agreed to a three-year, $20 million contract that included $7.5 million of guaranteed money.

NFL’s salary caps end: The rules for free agency changed because the owners decided to opt out of the current collective bargaining agreement, setting up a final year in which no salary cap and the requirements for unrestricted free agency go up to six years.

Bears make big moves to compete in NFC Bears signed all-pro DE Peppers and RB Taylor and blocking TE Manumaleuna. By landing one of the league’s top pass rushers and a running back to challenge incumbent Forte, Chicago showed just how serious it is about contending in the NFC. 

Packers cut Montgomery and Giordano:  Packers cut DE Montgomery and safety Giordano.

Favre watch: Favre tells Leno, “I’m just not going to say anything anytime soon.” 

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