The Green Bay Packers released quarterback Ryan Williams this week after he struggled during OTA workouts earlier this week. The former Miami (Fla.) player originally signed a futures deal with the Packers in January.
Replacing Williams, the Packers signed undrafted free agent Marquise Williams, a dual threat quarterback from North Carolina. Marquise Williams was the starter for 2 1/2 seasons in Chapel Hill, finishing his career by setting more than 20 school records.
Marquise Williams passed for at least 3,000 yards and 21 touchdowns and ran for at least 788 yards and 13 touchdowns in both his junior and senior seasons.
The Packers now have four quarterbacks on the 90-man roster.