The Green Bay Packers released defensive lineman Josh Boyd among other personnel moves on Monday.
Boyd spent the 2015 season on injured reserve after suffering ligament damage in his broken ankle during the Packers’ home opener against Seattle.
Boyd was originally the first of two choices by the Packers in the fifth round (167th overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft, played in 26 games with four starts over three seasons with the Packers.
The Packers also released Practice-squad offensive tackle Jeremy Vujnovich, as well as undrafted rookies DT William Campbell, TE David Grinnage and WR Dennis Parks.
Packers sign Spriggs
The Packers announced Monday the signing of second-round draft pick, offensive tackle Jason Spriggs out of Indiana.
Spriggs joins linebacker Blake Martinez, defensive end Dean Lowry, wide receiver Trevor Davis and offensive tackle Kyle Murphy as draft picks that have signed contracts.
It leaves first-round nose tackle Kenny Clark and third-round outside linebacker Kyler Fackrell as the only unsigned draft picks.
The Packers also announced the signing of tight end Casey Pierce and four rookie free agents, defensive tackle Demetris Anderson, running back Brandon Burks, fullback Alstevis Squirewell and guard Cory Tucker.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is also reporting that the Packers signed former Oak Creek rookie safety Marwin Evans to a free agent contract.