2019 PACKERS DRAFT (Bold - Active Roster)
RND-PCK NAME                   POS COLLEGE       NOTES
1   12 Rahsan Gary              LB Michigan
1   21 Darnell Savage            S Maryland        A
1   30 Traded to Seattle                           A
2   44 Elgton Jenkins            C Mississippi St 
3   75 Jace Sternberger         TE Texas A & M
4  114 Traded to Seattle                           A
4  118 Traded to Seattle                           A-B
5  150 Kingsley Keke            DT Texas A & M
6  185 Ka'Dar Hollman           CB Toledo
6  194 Dexter Williams          RB Notre Dame      C
7  226 Ty Summers               LB TCU
A - Traded 2019 1st round (30th-traded), 2019 4th round (114th-traded) and 2019 4th round (118th-traded) to SEATTLE for 2019 1st round (21st-S Darnell Savage) (4-25-19) Z - Compensatory Pick B - Traded Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix to WASHINGTON for 2019 4th round (118th-traded to Seattle) (10-30-18) C - Traded Brett Hundley to ARIZONA for 2019 6th round (194th-RB Dexter Williams) (8-29-18)
FREE AGENCY - EXCLUSIVE-RIGHTS FREE AGENTS  - None
FREE AGENCY - RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS - None
FREE AGENCY - UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
PLAYERS SIGNED - S Adrian Amos (Chicago), LB Preston Smith (Washington), LB Za’Darius Smith (Baltimore), T/G Billy Turner (Denver)
PLAYERS RE-SIGNED - 
PLAYERS LOST - CB Bashaud Breeland (Kansas City), WR Randall Cobb (Dallas), LB Clay Matthews (L.A. Rams), LB Jake Ryan (Jacksonville)
PLAYERS NOT SIGNED - 
FRANCHISE PLAYER DESIGNATION - None
2019 PACKERS PRACTICE SQUAD (Team can have up to eight players on squad)
NAME              POS COLLEGE           HOW ORIGINALLY ACQUIRED     RELEASED/ACTIVE
Evan Baylis (2)    TE Oregon            12-26-18 FA (Panthers)      9-19-19 (Active)
Ben Braden          G Michigan          9-12-19 FA (Jets)           11-7-19 (Release)
Tra Carson (2)     RB Texas A&M         10-19-18 FA (Bengals)       10-5-19 (Active)
Cody Conway         T Syracuse          11-26-19 FA (Titans)
Kabion Ento        CB Colorado          5-3-19 FA
Keon Hatcher       WR Arkansas          9-19-19 FA (Raiders)        10-31-19 (Release)
​James Looney (2)   DL California        2018 Draft - 7th round
Yosh Nijman         T Virginia Tech     5-3-19 FA                   11-26-19 (Active)
​Randy Ramsey       LB Arkansas          5-3-19 FA
Brady Sheldon (2)  LB Ferris State      11-6-18 FA (Browns)         10-1-19 (Release)
Darrius Shepherd   WR North Dakota St   5-6-19 FA               
Tremon Smith       CB Central Arkansas  9-16-19 FA (Chiefs)         10-29-19 (Active)
Malik Taylor       WR Ferris State      7-19-19 FA (Buccaneers)
Manny Wilkins      QB Arizona State     5-3-19 FA
Ethan Wolf (2)     TE Tennessee         10-30-18 FA (Titans)        1-7-19 (Release)
(2) - Second year on practice squad BOLD - Activated during season
The 2019 Green Bay Packers - 13-3 (1st - NFC North)
Head Coach: Matt LaFleur
NAME             NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE           YR PR  A  G HOW ACQUIRED
​Davante Adams    17   WR 6- 1 215 Fresno State       6  6 27 12 2014 Draft - 2nd round
Montravius Adams 90   DT 6- 4 304 Auburn             3  3 24 14 2017 Draft - 3rd round
Jaire Alexander  23   CB 5-10 196 Louisville         2  2 22 16 2018 Draft - 1st round
Geronimo Allison 81   WR 6- 3 202 Illinois           4  4 25 16 5-6-16 FA
Adrian Amos      31    S 6- 0 214 Penn State         1  5 26 16 3-14-19 FA (Bears)
David Bakhtiati  69   OT 6- 4 310 Colorado           7  7 28 16 2013 Draft - 3rd round
Evan Baylis      88   TE 6- 5 250 Oregon             1  3 26  5 12-26-18 FA (Panthers)
Tim Boyle         8   QB 6- 4 232 Eastern Kentucky   1  1 25  3 5-4-18 FA 
Hunter Bradley   43   LS 6- 3 241 Mississippi State  2  2 25 16 2018 Draft - 7th round
Fadol Brown      98   DE 6- 4 282 Mississippi        2  2 26  4 12-5-18 FA (Raiders)
Tony Brown       28   CB 6- 0 199 Alabama            2  2 24  9 9-3-18 FA (Chargers)
Byran Bulaga     75   OT 6- 5 314 Iowa               9  9 30 16 2010 Draft - 1st round
Oren Burks       42   LB 6- 3 223 Vanderbilt         2  2 24 12 2018 Draft - 3rd round
Ibraheim Campbell39    S 5-11 210 Northwestern       2  5 27  7 11-5-18 FA (Jets)
Tra Carson       26   RB 5-11 228 Texas A & M        2  2 27  2 10-9-18 FA (Bengals)
Kenny Clark      97   DT 6- 3 314 UCLA               4  4 24 16 2016 Draft - 1st round
Mason Crosby      2    K 6- 1 207 Colorado          13 13 35 16 2007 Draft - 6th round
Trevor Davis     11   WR 6- 1 188 California         4  4 26  2 2016 Draft - 5th round
Tyler Ervin      32   RB 5-10 185 San Jose State     1  4 26  4 12-2-19 FA (Jaguars)
Kyler Frackrell  51   LB 6- 5 245 Utah State         4  4 28 16 2016 Draft - 3rd round
Rashaun Gary     52   DE 6- 5 277 Michigan           1  1 22 16 2019 Draft - 1st round
B.J. Goodson     93   LB 6- 1 241 Clemson            1  2 26 15 9-2-19 Trade (Giants)
Jimmy Graham     80   TE 6- 7 265 Miami (Fl)         2 10 33 16 3-16-18 FA (Seahawks)
Raven Greene     36    S 5-11 197 James Madison      2  2 24  2 5-4-18 FA
Ka'dar Hollman   29   DB 6- 0 196 Toledo             1  1 25  4 2019 Draft - 6th round
Josh Jackson     37   CB 6- 0 196 Iowa               2  2 23 14 2018 Draft - 2nd round
Elgton Jenkins   74    G 6- 5 311 Missisippi State   1  1 24 16 2019 Draft - 2nd round
Aaron Jones      33   RB 5- 9 208 UTEP               3  3 25 16 2017 Draft - 5th round
Kinsley Keke     96   DE 6- 3 200 Washington         1  1 23 14 2019 Draft - 5th round
Kevin King       20   CB 6- 3 200 Washington         3  3 24 15 2017 Draft - 2nd round
Jake Kumerow     16   WR 6- 4 209 UW-Whitewater      2  2 27 14 12-26-17 FA (Patriots)
Tyler Lancaster  95   NT 6- 3 313 Northwestern       2  2 25 16 5-4-18 FA
Allen Lazard     13   WR 6- 5 227 Iowa State         2  2 24 16 12-18-18 FA (Jaguars)
Marcedes Lewis   89   TE 6- 6 267 UCLA               2 14 35 16 5-24-18 FA (Jaguars)
Alex Light       70    T 6- 5 309 Richmond           2  2 23 13 5-4-18 FA
Corey Linsley    63    C 6- 3 301 Ohio State         6  6 28 16 2014 Draft - 5th round
Dean Lowry       94   DE 6- 6 296 Northwestern       4  4 25 16 2016 Draft - 4th round
Blake Martinez   50   LB 6- 2 237 Stanford           4  4 25 16 2016 Draft - 4th round
Lucas Patrick    62   OG 6- 3 313 Duke               3  3 26 14 6-1-16 FA
Will Redmond     25   CB 5-11 186 Mississippi State  2  2 26 13 9-11-18 FA (Chiefs)
Aaron Rodgers    12   QB 6- 2 225 California        15 15 36 16 2005 Draft - 1st round
Darnell Savage   26    S 5-11 198 Maryland           1  1 22 14 2019 Draft - 1st round
J.K. Scott        6    P 6- 6 208 Alabama            2  2 23 16 2018 Draft - 5th round
Darrius Shepherd 10   WR 5-11 186 North Dakota St    1  1 24  6 5-6-19 FA
Preston Smith    91   LB 6- 5 265 Mississippi State  1  5 27 16 3-14-19 FA (Redskins)
Tremon Smith     27   DB 6- 0 190 Central Arkansas   1  2 23  7 9-16-19 FA (Chiefs)
Za'Darius Smith  55   LB 6- 4 272 Kentucky           1  5 27 16 3-14-19 FA (Ravens)
Jace Sternberger 87   TE 6- 4 251 Texas A & M        1  1 23  6 2019 Draft - 3rd round
Chandon Sullivan 39   DB 5-11 189 Georgia State      1  2 23 16 5-6-19 FA (Eagles)
Ty Summers       44   LB 6- 1 241 TCU                1  1 24 16 2019 Draft - 7th round
Lane Taylor      65    G 6- 3 324 Oklahoma State     6  6 30  2 5-10-13 FA
Robert Tonyan    85   TE 6- 5 237 Indiana State      2  2 25 11 12-5-17 FA (Lions)
Billy Turner     77    G 6- 5 310 North Dakota State 1  6 28 16 3-14-19 FA (Broncos)
M. V.-Scantling  83   WR 6- 4 206 South Florida      2  2 25 16 2018 Draft - 5th round
Jared Veldheer   68   OT 6- 8 321 Hillsdale          1 10 32  2 11-27-19 FA (Patriots)
Danny Vitale     45   FB 6- 0 239 Northwestern       2  4 26 15 10-22-18 FA (Browns)
Dexter Williams  22   RB 5-11 212 Notre Dame         1  1 22  4 2019 Draft - 4th round
Jamaal Williams  30   RB 6- 0 213 BYU                3  3 24 14 2017 Draft - 4th round
Tim Williams     47   LB 6- 3 252 Alabama            1  3 26  1 10-2-19 FA (Ravens)
Tramon Williams  38    S 5-11 191 Louisiana Tech    10 13 36 16 3-22-18 FA (Cards)
NOTE: Player must appear in game to be considered on the roster NO - Jersey Number POS - Position HGT - Height WGT - Weight YR - Years with Packers PR - Years of Professional Football AGE - Age on December 31 G - Games Played FA - Free Agent
2019 PRE-SEASON RESULTS (2-2) (CLICK ON EACH GAME FOR MORE DETAILS)
                                                                      OFFENSE   DEFENSE
AUGUST                                   RESULT       RECORD     ATT RUSH PASS RUSH PASS STARTING QB      LEADING RUSHER        LEADING PASSER       LEADING RECEIVER
​8  HOUSTON TEXANS (0-0)                 W 28-26       1- 0-0  73,928   95  142  138  274 DeShone Kizer    Dexter Williams (62)  DeShone Kizer (102)  Two tied with two
15 at Baltimore Ravens (1-0)            L 13-26       1- 1-0  69,822   55  171  171  172 DeShone Kizer    Darrin Hall (31)      Tim Boyle (107)      Four tied with four
22 * vs Oakland Raiders (2-0)           L 21-22       1- 2-0  21,992   94  193   75  237 Tim Boyle        Tra Carson (32)       Tim Boyle (191)      Trevor Davis (5-78)
29 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (1-2)             W 27-20       2- 2-0  73,803  110  101   96  198 Tim Boyle        Dexter Williams (34)  DeShone Kizer (77)   Teo Redding (4-49)
* - at Winnipeg
2019 REGULAR SEASON RESULTS (6-9-1)
SEPTEMBER (3-1)                         RESULT       RECORD     ATT RUSH PASS RUSH PASS STARTING QB      LEADING RUSHER        LEADING PASSER       LEADING RECEIVER
​5  at Chicago Bears (0-0)               W 10- 3       1- 0-0  62,435   47  166   46  208 Aaron Rodgers    Aaron Jones (39)      Aaron Rodgers (203)  Two tied with four
15 MINNESOTA VIKINGS (1-0)              W 21-16       2- 0-0  78,416  144  191  198  223 Aaron Rodgers    Aaron Jones (116)     Aaron Rodgers (209)  Davante Adams (7-106)
22 DENVER BRONCOS (0-2)                 W 27-16       3- 0-0  78,078   77  235  149  161 Aaron Rodgers    Jamaal Williams (59)  Aaron Rodgers (235)  Valdes-Scantling (6-99)
26 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (1-2)            L 27-34       3- 1-0  77,509   77  414  176  160 Aaron Rodgers    Aaron Rodgers (46)    Aaron Rodgers (422)  Davante Adams (10-180)
OCTOBER (4-0)
​6  at Dallas Cowboys (3-1)              W 34-24       4- 1-0  93,024  120  215  122  441 Aaron Rodgers    Aaron Jones (107)     Aaron Rodgers (238)  Aaron Jones (7-75)
14 DETROIT LIONS (2-1-1)                W 23-22       5- 1-0  76,947  170  277   56  243 Aaron Rodgers    Jamaal Williams (104) Aaron Rodgers (283)  Three tied with three
20 OAKLAND RAIDERS (3-4)                W 42-24       6- 1-0  78,160   60  421  155  329 Aaron Rodgers    Aaron Jones (50)      Aaron Rodgers (429)  Four tied with four
27 at Kansas City Chiefs (5-2)          W 31-24       7- 1-0  73,558  118  256   88  249 Aaron Rodgers    Aaron Jones (67)      Aaron Rodgers (305)  Aaron Jones (7-159)
NOVEMBER (1-2)
​3  at Los Angeles Chargers (3-5)        L 11-26       7- 2-0  25,435   45  139  159  283 Aaron Rodgers    Aaron Jones (30)      Aaron Rodgers (161)  Davante Adams (7-41)
10 CAROLINA PANTHERS (5-3)              W 24-16       8- 2-0  78,090  163  225  120  281 Aaron Rodgers    Aaron Jones (93)      Aaron Rodgers (233)  Davante Adams (7-118)
17 Bye Week
24 at San Francisco 49ers (9-1)         L  8-37       8- 3-0  71,500  117   81  112  227 Aaron Rodgers    Jamaal Williams (45)  Aaron Rodgers (104)  Two tied with seven
DECEMBER (5-0)
1  at New York Giants (2-9)             W 31-13       9- 3-0  75,950   79  243   95  240 Aaron Rodgers    Jamaal Williams (41)  Aaron Rodgers (243)  Davante Adams (6-64)
8  WASHINGTON REDSKINS (3-9)            W 20-15      10- 3-0  77,296  174  167  121  141 Aaron Rodgers    Aaron Jones (134)     Aaron Rodgers (195)  Aaron Jones (6-58)
15 CHICAGO BEARS (7-6)                  W 21-13      11- 3-0  78,266  100  192   96  319 Aaron Rodgers    Aaron Jones (51)      Aaron Rodgers (203)  Davante Adams (7-103)
23 at Minnesota Vikings (10-4)          W 23-10      12- 3-0  67,157  184  199   57   82 Aaron Rodgers    Aaron Jones (154)     Aaron Rodgers (216)  Davante Adams (13-116)
29 at Detroit Lions (3-11-1)            W 23-20      13- 3-0  62,840  120  312  171  134 Aaron Rodgers    Aaron Jones (100)     Aaron Rodgers (323)  Davante Adams (7-93)
2019 PLAYOFF RESULTS (1-1)
JANUARY 2020                             RESULT       RECORD     ATT RUSH PASS RUSH PASS STARTING QB      LEADING RUSHER        LEADING PASSER       LEADING RECEIVER
12 * - SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (12-5)          W 28-23               78,998  109  235  110  265 Aaron Rodgers    Aaron Jones (62)      Aaron Rodgers (243)  Davante Adams (8-160)
19 ** - at San Francisco 49ers (14-3)   L 20-37               72,211   62  296  285   69 Aaron Rodgers    Aaron Jones (56)      Aaron Rodgers (326)  Davante Adams (9-138)
​* - NFC Divisional Playoff ** - NFC Championship
Ron Wolf and the Green Bay Packers: Mike Holmgren, Brett Favre, Reggie White, and the Pack's Return to Glory in the 1990s

The true story of the general manager who brought victory back to the NFL’s Green Bay Packers, filled with stories of life in and on Lambeau field—Brett Favre, Reggie White, and more!

In November 1991, Ron Wolf took over a Green Bay franchise that had been in a twenty-four-year decline since the departure of Vince Lombardi. Wolf, driven by his inherently competitive nature, and by a heart attack the previous year that left him believing that whatever he did had to be done quickly, proceeded to rebuild a team and a franchise. His work in Green Bay was characterized by a single-minded devotion to the Packers’ success, and by an ability to make personnel decisions that, while sometimes unlikely and unpopular, proved to be almost invariably successful. With Wolf in charge, the Packers never had a losing season. They subsequently captured three straight NFC North Division titles, and went to two Super Bowls, winning Super Bowl XXXI. Wolf had set a goal of winning one hundred games in ten years with the Packers. He was victorious in 101 games in nine years, including the postseason. During his time with the Packers, Wolf brought in some major names, including:
Brett Farve
Reggie White
Santana Dotson
Ted Thompson
Gilbert Brown
Sean Jones
Eugene Robinson
Wolf’s impact on Packers football cannot be overstated. Even today, Wolf's legacy remains in place. Ted Thompson came through the scouting ranks under Wolf's direction. During Thompson's tenure as general manager, the Packers qualified for the playoffs in eight straight seasons and won one Super Bowl. After the 2017 season, Thompson was replaced as GM by Brian Gutekunst, another man who had been brought into the Packers' scouting operation by Wolf. An in-depth look at one of the greatest NFL GMs of all time, Ron Wolf and the Green Bay Packers is a must-read for every football fan. To purchase a copy of the book on Amazon, click here.
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A Fascinating Personal Account of the life of an ALL-AMERICAN - First Round Draft Pick - GREEN BAY PACKER. The Packers’ number one draft choice in 1958, Dan Currie was a steady performer at outside linebacker for seven seasons in Green Bay. The former Michigan State Spartan Star, nicknamed “Dapper Dan,” intercepted 11 passes, recovered six fumbles and returned an interception for a touchdown during his Packer career. The 6’3”, 240-pound Currie played on the 1961 and ‘62 NFL championship teams and was All-Pro after each of those seasons. He was a member of the Packers from 1958-’64. He is enshrined in the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame in 1984. (Courtesy of the GB Packers Hall of Fame.) To purchase a copy on Amazon, click here.
The People's Team: An Illustrated History of the Green Bay Packers

The definitive, lavishly illustrated history of the Green Bay Packers, commemorating the team's 100-year anniversary. Not only are the Packers the only fan-owned team in any of North America’s major pro sports leagues, but Green Bay—population 104,057—is also the smallest city with a big-time franchise. The Packers are, in other words, unlikely candidates to be pro football's preeminent team. And yet nobody in the NFL has won more championships. The story of Titletown, USA, is the greatest story in sports. Through extensive archival research and unmatched insider access to players and team officials, past and present, Mark Beech tells the first complete rags-to-riches history of the Green Bay Packers, a full chronicle of the most illustrious team in NFL history. The People’s Team paints compelling pictures of a franchise, a town, and a fan base. No other team in pro sports is so bound to the place that gave birth to it. Here is the story of the Packers and of Green Bay—from the days of the French fur traders who settled on the shores of La Baie in the seventeenth century, to the team’s pursuit of its fourteenth NFL championship. Featuring essays by Peter King, Chuck Mercein, Austin Murphy, and David S. Neft, The People’s Team is a must-have for fans, old and new, and the definitive illustrated history of the most important team in the NFL. To purchase a copy on Amazon, click here.
100 Years in Titletown: Celebrating a Century of Green Bay Packers Football

The name "Biever" is synonymous with Green Bay Packers football. For the better part of eight decades, the late Vernon Biever and his son Jim were there on the sidelines at Lambeau and beyond, capturing the most iconic moments in team history. In celebration of the Packers' 100th season, 100 Years in Titletown is a visually stunning showcase featuring the finest work from the Biever archives, sourced from countless thousands of film rolls and including rare, never-before-seen images shot by the first family of Packers photography. Featuring legendary figures such as Vince Lombardi, Bart Starr, Brett Favre, Reggie White, and Aaron Rodgers; memorable moments like the "Ice Bowl" and numerous Super Bowls; as well as candid and intimate images of the men beneath the helmets, this lavish collection honors a team, a town, a sport, and the visionaries behind the lens. To purchase a copy on Amazon, click here.
The Green Bay Packers All-Time All-Stars: The Best Players at Each Position for the Green and Gold

Let’s say you’re the coach of the Green Bay Packers, deciding which players should start in a Super Bowl matchup against the toughest team in the AFC. But instead of choosing from the current roster, you have every player in the team’s 100-year history in your locker room. Who starts at quarterback: the steady field general Bart Starr, gunslinger Brett Favre, or cannon-armed Aaron Rodgers? At outside linebacker, do you play Hall of Famer Dave Robinson, Lombardi-favorite Dan Currie, current All Pro Clay Matthews, or another player from the team’s deep roster? Which players get the start at wide receiver? Donald Driver, James Lofton, Sterling Sharpe, Max McGee, Jordy Nelson, or Antonio Freeman? Combining career stats, common sense, and a host of intangibles, veteran sportswriter Chuck Carlson imagines an embarrassment of riches and sets the all-time All-Pro Packer lineup for the ages. To purchase a copy on Amazon, click here.
The Year the Packers Came Back: Green Bay's 1972 Resurgence

The 1972 Green Bay Packers were not expected to challenge for a playoff spot, or even to top their four victories from the season before. But the players were an eclectic group of over-achievers, 20 of whom were brand new to the team. Despite disheartening decisions by a questionable head coach, they gelled almost immediately and by season's end became the only Packers team throughout the 1970s to earn a division title. This book details how they succeeded beyond all expectations and tells one of the great stories in pro football history. To purchase a copy on Amazon, click here.
The Big 50: Green Bay Packers: The Men and Moments that Made the Green Bay Packers

The Big 50: Green Bay Packers is an amazing look at the fifty men and moments that have made the Packers the Packers. Longtime sportswriters and radio host Drew Olson and Jason Wilde recount the living history of the team, counting down from number fifty to number one. The Big 50: Green Bay Packers brilliantly brings to life the historic franchise’s remarkable story, from Vince Lombar­di and Bart Starr to Brett Favre, Reggie White, Aaron Rodgers, and beyond. To purchase the book on Amazon, click here.
Strength in Numbers: Quarter by Quarter with the Green Bay Packers

“The fact is that the Packers as a franchise couldn’t have been more fortunate to have the league’s pre-eminent independent historian/statistician/author chronicling them.” – Bob McGinn, author of “The Ultimate Super Bowl Book” Veteran football statistics analyst Eric Goska has taken on the Herculean task of researching and logging every available offensive play in Green Bay Packers history for an unprecedented look into the numbers behind this iconic franchise. That’s a century of runs, catches, passes, and scores that have never before been studied in this manner. Names such as Arnie Herber, Weert Engelmann, and Don Hutson made headlines long before Aaron Rodgers, Donald Driver, and other modern-day stars graced the Green Bay gridiron. The game has changed over the decades, but football fans may be surprised how well the numbers generated by the stars of yesterday have stood the test of time. To purchase the book on Amazon, click here.