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13-3, 1st in NFC North
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12hRob Demovsky

Rodgers details frenzied departure from Peru

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers detailed the "absolute pandemonium" that took place as he got out of Peru with minutes to spare before the airport was shut down.

Rodgers was nearly trapped in Peru due to the coronavirus (1:02)
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Cam Jordan drops Mahomes from top QBs list (0:43)
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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

KR/RB Tyler Ervin's one-year contract with the Packers: Total cash: $1.047 million. Signing bonus: $137,500. Base salary: $910,000. Salary cap charge: $887,500*. *Qualifies for veteran salary/salary-cap benefit reduction.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers are bringing back RB/return man Tyler Ervin on a one-year deal, ESPN's Field Yates reported. An in-season pickup, Ervin turned the punt return game from a negative (literally) into a positive. Through 12 games, they were at minus-8 yards on the season. Ervin then averaged nearly 10 yards per return the rest of the way.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers finally started their weapons upgrade, but it's just a start. They'll need to start building WR depth, and that's where a veteran like Devin Funchess came in. He's still young enough (26 in May) that his best football could be ahead of him, and he has the physical traits (6-4, 225) that are hard to find. The question has always been whether he's fast enough. "You'd love to have a 6-4, 225 pound guy that can do it all," GM Brian Gutekunst said recently. Funchess has the size.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers are establishing COVID-19 Community Relief Funds totaling $1.5 million. The team said $1 million will be directed toward Brown County through the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation and $500,000 to support initiatives in the Milwaukee area. ‪In addition, Packers president Mark Murphy and wife Laurie have donated $240,000 to COVID-19 relief efforts in Green Bay and Door County.

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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers take a different approach to free agency than last year.

Why the Packers have had a quiet free-agency period (1:37)
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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Falcons have agreed to terms with OL Justin McCray, who played last season for the Browns and previously played for the Packers, a source said. The versatile lineman played in 15 games last season (four starts) and has 15 career starts to his credit.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers free agency update: Signed: LB Christian Kirskey, T Rick Wagner, TE Marcedes Lewis, S Will Redmond. Lost: RT Bryan Bulaga (Chargers), LB Blake Martinez (Giants), OLB Kyler Fackrell (Giants), LB B.J. Goodson (Browns), FB Danny Vitale (Patriots). Unisgned: WR Geronimo Allison, KR Tyler Ervin, WR Ryan Grant, T Jared Veldheer, T Jason Spriggs, FB Malcolm Johnson, CB Tramon Williams, S Ibraheim Campbell.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Last summer, it looked like Danny Vitale would be the Packers version of Kyle Juszczyk, but they never really used him all that much and then a knee injury took him out late in the year. Now he's going to the Patriots and Matt LaFleur will have to decide if he needs a full or just wants to use guys like Jace Sternberger in an H-back role.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Friday will be an expensive day for the Packers. They must dole out $28.19 million in roster bonus payouts due on the third day of the league year. They are: Za'Darius Smith: $9 million. Aaron Rodgers: $5.24 million. Preston Smith: $4 million. Adrian Amos: $4 million. Billy Turner: $3 million. Dean Lowry: $2 million. Mason Crosby: $950,000.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers have canceled their 15th annual 'Tailgate Tour,' which had been scheduled for May 15-17 in La Crosse, Madison and Milwaukee. The team said it was canceled "as part of the collective effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19." It was supposed to include Packers President Mark Murphy and members of the Super Bowl XLV team: Tramon Williams, Nick Collins, John Kuhn, Brandon Jackson, James Jones and James Starks.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Marcedes Lewis' one-year, $2.25 million deal breaks down like this: Signing bonus: $1.05 million. Base salary: $1.1 million. Roster bonus: Up to $100,000 ($9,375 per game active). Note: It's a similar total to Lewis' last two one-year deals except the signing bonuses on the last two were $500,000 each but the active roster bonuses were much high previously.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

By re-signing defensive back Will Redmond, as ESPN's Josina Anderson reported, the Packers brought back depth and competition in the secondary. The safety played 299 of a possible 1,159 snaps on defense last season (25.8 percent) and he was on the field for nearly half of the special teams plays last season.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Before Clay Matthews left Green Bay in free agency last year, he told me he fully appreciated that he would always be primarily associated with the Packers. With the Rams releasing him, a return would make sense -- if he were willing to move to back into inside linebacker. He excelled in that role (even if he didn't love it) when he moved there halfway through 2014 and into 2015 even though he preferred to play outside. Would he be open to moving back inside again if it meant a return to GB?

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9dJake Trotter

Sources: Veteran LB Goodson joining Browns

On the hunt for a veteran linebacker, the Browns have agreed to a deal with B.J. Goodson, sources confirmed to ESPN on Wednesday. Goodson spent most of the previous season with the Packers.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Happy NFL New Year. The following Packers are now free agents: Geronimo Allison, Ibraheim Campbell, Tyler Ervin, B.J. Goodson, Ryan Grant, Marcedes Lewis, Will Redmond, Jason Spriggs, Jared Veldheer, Danny Vitale, Tramon Williams, Malcolm Johnson.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers will be in good shape for next year's compensatory draft picks. Nick Korte, who tracks potential comp picks for OverTheCap.com, believes they're in line to receive two 2021 fourth-round picks after losing LB Blake Martinez (Giants) and RT Bryan Bulaga (Chargers) plus a sixth rounder for OLB Kyler Fackrell (Giants). Their two signings -- Christian Kirksey and Rick Wagner -- don't count against them because they were cut by their former teams and thus not true unrestricted free agents.

Team Stats

Passing Yards233.317th
Rushing Yards112.215th
Points For23.515th
Points Against19.6

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