James Jones, WR:  Steady veteran wideout returned to his home state of California by signing a three-year, $10 million contract ($3.65 million guaranteed) with the Oakland Raiders on March 17.

Evan Dietrich-Smith, C:  The four-year, $14.25 million contract ($7.25 million guaranteed) he signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on March 14 means the Packers will have a new starter at center on opening day for the fourth straight year.

Marshall Newhouse, T: Former starting left tackle took a Signed a one-year, $805,000 deal ($50,000 signing bonus) with the Cincinnati Bengals on March 21.

C.J. Wilson, DE: Part-time starter departed for a one-year, $795,000 deal ($65,000 signing bonus) with Oakland on March 28.


Jermichael Finley, TE:  The 2008 third-round pick signed a two-year, $14 million deal after the 2011 season betting on a big payday this time around. The injury likely has cost him that opportunity.

Ryan Pickett, DT:  Packers coach Mike McCarthy said team “will watch what’s going on with Ryan” and consider bringing back veteran run-stuffer if need arises.

Johnny Jolly, DT:  If he can play again, Packers probably are interested in signing him to a low-money, low-risk deal.

Matt Flynn, QB:  Still believes he has starter's talent but admits backing up his pal Aaron Rodgers appeals to him. Packers also like third-stringer Scott Tolzien but McCarthy says he wants both back.

Robert Francois, ILB: Ruptured Achilles’ tendon against Detroit on Oct. 6 and has played almost exclusively on special teams during his time in Green Bay. Does not appear to have garnered much open-market interest.

Kahlil Bell, RB: Chipped in on special teams after being signed off the street Dec. 3 after rookie running back Johnathan Franklin’s season-ending neck injury. Unlikely to be re-signed.

Seneca Wallace, QB:  Veteran backup started one game and in only offensive series suffered a groin injury that would require surgery.

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