Packers Undrafted Free Agent Tracker: Live analysis for every 2024 UDFA signing

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The 2024 NFL Draft is over, but the same can't be said about the Green Bay Packers' roster construction. They immediately turn their attention to undrafted free agency, aiming to add great value at the end of the draft.

Every prospect who went undrafted is now available to sign with any team. Let the fun begin.

The Packers have found success in undrafted free agency over the years, and it has proven to be an ideal landing spot for prospects. Green Bay has a track record of giving undrafted free agents an opportunity to make the team and compete.

Just last year, Malik Heath, Brenton Cox, and Benny Sapp III earned opportunities during the regular season.

Allen Lazard, Tramon Williams, Sam Shields, Yosh Nijman, and Geronimo Allison are all relatively recent examples of undrafted free agents becoming key starters in Green Bay. Current Packers receiver Bo Melton was an undrafted free agent signing by the Seattle Seahawks but played an important role in Green Bay late last season.

Who will the Packers add after the 2024 NFL Draft? Below, we'll keep track and react to every undrafted free agent signing Green Bay makes.

List of Packers undrafted free agent signings




Donovan Jennings


South Florida

Trente Jones



James Ester


Northern Illinois

Rodney Matthews



Peter Bowden



Ralen Goforth



  • Donovan Jennings, OL, South Florida

This move makes a lot of sense for the Packers. Jennings told The Draft Network's Justin Melo that he met with Green Bay before the draft and it "went very well." Jennings played tackle in college but will likely move to guard in the NFL. He is a great athlete with a Relative Athletic Score of 8.93.

  • Trente Jones, OT, Michigan

Trente Jones is another guard prospect with an good RAS of 7.45. He lacks experience but gets an opportunity to compete for a roster spot in Green Bay.

  • James Ester, DT, Northern Illinois

Green Bay adds some much-needed defensive line depth and competition with James Ester, who had four sacks and 6.5 tackles for loss for Northern Illinois last season. Offers some interior pass rush potential.

  • Rodney Matthews, DL, Ohio

Rodney Matthews spent the past four seasons at Ohio, making 72 tackles, 14.5 tackles for loss, three sacks, and one interception. Now, he gets an opportunity with the Packers.

  • Peter Bowden, LS, Wisconsin

We have a long snapper competition! The Packers are bringing in Wisconsin's Peter Bowden. Potential replacement for Matt Orzech?

  • Ralen Goforth, LB, Washington

Many believed Washington linebacker Ralen Goforth would get drafted on Day 3. He has a good RAS of 7.81 and gives the Packers even more depth and competition at linebacker.

This article will be updated periodically with Packers UDFA news.

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