Packers Sign 15 UDFAs

Busy day in Green Bay. The Packers have signed 15 undrafted free agents while also formally signing five of their draft picks. The complete rundown is below.

Draft pick signings:

As a senior at Purdue, Yancey hauled in 49 receptions for 951 yards and 10 touchdowns. Yancey offers good size for the position at 6’2″, but scouts aren’t sure if he’ll be able to make it in the NFL because of his lack of speed burst. He’s also struggled with drops throughout his career, as NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein writes.

UDFAs:

Clark, who played basketball at St. Francis before transferring to Marshall to play football, has only one year of organized football on his resume.

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4 comments on “Packers Sign 15 UDFAs

  1. mackows2

    Phillips bio page shows he didn’t even rush for 1,000 yards in his Senior Year. He didnt even reach 3,000 total scrimmage yards for his entire collegiate career.
    Where are you pulling your information from Zach??

    • wrigleyhawkeye

      Right, wrong or indifferent, it’s coming from the Charlotte website on him:
      At Charlotte: 2015 Second Team all-Conference USA … 2016 Honorable Mention all-Conference USA … Ranked 13th among active FBS players at end of 2016 season with 4020 career rushing yards

  2. rxbrgr

    You may need to recheck your numbers on Phillips…that # is a little high. That would equal rushing 330 yards per game.

    • mackows2

      It actually would be 365 ypg. He only played in 11 games…regardless those would be draft worthy stats if true, not a UDFA

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