The Packers have waived safety Mike Tyson, according to a team announcement. To take his place, the club signed cornerback Jackson Porter.
The Packers claimed Tyson off waivers earlier this offseason when he was dropped by the Texans. After originally entering the league as a 2017 sixth-round pick of the Seahawks, Tyson appeared in ten contests for Houston in 2018.
Porter, meanwhile, is still looking for his first taste of NFL action. The UMass product amassed 84 tackles, 1.5 tackles for a loss and two interceptions over 42 games with the Minutemen, but was unsuccessful in his bid to make the Ravens as a UDFA last year.