A roundup of the latest Green Bay Packers articles for Friday, March 15.
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Ha Ha Clinton-Dix will be returning to Lambeau Field this season, he’ll just be doing so as a member of the Chicago Bears. Clinton-Dix signed with the Bears on Thursday. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported that it’s a one-year deal.
In the Packers News Report today: grades for each of the Green Bay Packers’ free agency signings so far, ranking the team’s biggest remaining needs by position, why bringing back Marcedes Lewis was a good decision, three potential landing spots for Jordy Nelson, and more.
Here’s a roundup of the latest articles from around the internet.
News and notes from around FanSided
Grades for free agency signings (Lombardi Ave)
Brady Busha grades each of Green Bay’s free agency signings so far.
Ranking top remaining needs following free agency signings (Lombardi Ave)
What are the team’s top remaining needs after the first few days of free agency?
Bringing back Marcedes Lewis is the right move (Dairyland Express – Paul Bretl)
Paul Bretl of Dairyland Express writes about why re-signing tight end Marcedes Lewis was the right move.
Three potential landing spots for Jordy Nelson (FanSided – Brad Berreman)
Jordy Nelson was released by the Oakland Raiders on Thursday. Brad Berreman of FanSided looks at three potential landing spots for Jordy.
More news and notes from around the internet
Five players the Packers could re-sign after first wave of free agency (PackersWire – Zach Kruse)
Packers make aggressive moves despite knowing the risks (PackersNews.com – Tom Silverstein)
Packers GM: Splurge not a sign Aaron Rodgers’ window is closing (ESPN – Rob Demovsky)
Marcedes Lewis finds new life in Packers’ refreshed offense (Cheesehead TV – Zachary Jacobson)
Will the Packers’ free agent prizes alter how they approach the 2019 NFL Draft? (Acme Packing Company – Peter Bukowski)
Packers targeted players on the rise in free agency (Packers.com – Mike Spofford)
We hope you enjoyed this edition of the Packers News Report.