Tracking the Packers 2014 Undrafted Free Agent Signings (UDFA) All Green Bay Packers All the Time

According to various sources, these are the undrafted free agents the Packers are signing. Click on the player’s name for more information about him.

ILB Joe Thomas, South Carolina State – Reported by Tom Silverstein

DE/OLB Denico Autry, Mississippi – Reported by Tom Silverstein

QB Chase Rettig, Boston College – Reported by Michael Rodney

RB Raijon Neal, Tennessee – Reported by Adam Caplan

OG John Fullington, Washington State – Reported by Tom Silverstein

LB Jake Doughty, Utah State – Reported by Aaron Wilson

DB Ryan White, Auburn – Reported by Michael Rodney

DE/OLB Jayrone Elliott, Toledo – Toledo Assoc. AD

DT Mike Pennel, Colorado State-Pueblo – Reported by representatives MAG Sports

DL Carlos Gray, NC State – Reported by Aaron Wilson

TE Justin Perillo, Maine – Reported by Mike Loyko

OL Jordan McCray, Central Florida – Reported by Green Bay Press-Gazette

OLB Adrian Hubbard, Alabama – Reported by Tom Silverstein

S Tanner Miller, Iowa – Reported by Tom Silverstein

RB LaDarius Perkins, Mississippi State – Reported by Tom Silverstein


Invited to Rookie Camp on a tryout basis:

PK Vincenzo D’Amato, California
Nate Dreiling, Pittsburg St.
Jamal Ellis, Newberry
RB James Sims, Kansas
RB Chris Rycraw, Ouachita Baptist
OLB Jordan Stanton, James Madison
P Paul Layton, Temple
DL L.T. Tuipolutu, Utah
OLB Shaun Lewis, Oklahoma St.
QB Jacob Karam, Memphis




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13 thoughts on “Tracking the Packers 2014 Undrafted Free Agent Signings (UDFA)

  1. It looks like this list is missing the biggest signing, Alabama outside linebacker Adrian Hubbard.

    1. Hmmm… from LB Adrian Hubbard, Alabama (6-6, 252)
      A junior entrant into the draft who received his degree. Hubbard started 26 of his last 27 collegiate games at “Sam” linebacker for the Crimson Tide with 74 tackles (including 16.5 for a loss) and 10 sacks. He ran a 4.69 time in the 40 with 34½-inch arms and 9¼ hands. He didn’t press, run shuttles or 3-cone drill at the combine because of a deltoid strain. Seen as inconsistent. Described by draft pundit Nolan Nawrocki as having “a quirky personality, inflated opinion of his ability and carries a sense of entitlement that could be difficult to manage and require a patient position coach. … Has upside if the light bulb comes on.”

      1. Maybe going undrafted will add some perspective to the young man. Love his measurables and has good production.

      1. Just wanted to carify the “Hmmm…” remark above was in response to the previous comment about Adrin Hubbard being the “biggest” signing. It wasn’tbecause he wasn’t yet added to the list at that time. The evaluation raises a red flag of the young mans apparent “me me” attitude. You and theis site does a wonderful job in keeping us informed.

  2. a few names im shocked that are still out there or was last time i looked joe don duncan that the experts were all over til a couple of weeks before the draft . craig loston a safety that could be coached up and then the trouble one colt lyerla hry look at the honey badger with the same past although i doubt colt would ever be contacted by ted he could still be a diamond in the rough for a team

  3. He really must have a inflated opinion of his abilities if left collage early with that scouting report. I’m glad he didn’t get drafted, maybe it will help him wake up and realize he has a lot of work to do to make it in the NFL

    1. Anybody with common sense would leave college if you get a degree. He did so that’s why he left. CM3 is always hurt and Peppers is old. This kid has the tools to stand in for those guys without skipping a beat.

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