The Green Bay Packers have until 3pm today to reach a deal with any of their seven soon-to-be free agents. Without a deal by that deadline, the players will become unrestricted free agents and can negotiate with any other team in the league.
The top two in the Packers free agent class is center Scott Wells and defensive back/special teamer Jarrett Bush.
Packers general manager Ted Thompson has just shy of $7-million in salary cap space and he could be working on a deal to get Wells signed before the deadline.
Besides Wells and Bush, the Packers have five other players set to become free agents later today. They are: QB Matt Flynn, RB Ryan Grant, DE Howard Green, CB Pat Lee and LB Erik Walden.
Ryan Grant’s agent last week said his client will test the market, but the Packers have told him they would like to have him back.