The Green Bay Packers lost another unrestricted free agent yesterday when linebacker and special teamer Jamari Lattimore signed a deal with the New York Jets.
Lattimore played four seasons with the Packers and had a career high 39 tackles and an interception in 2014.
Lattimore played 11 games last season. He finished the season on injured reserve after an ankle injury.
Lattimore’s departure leaves the Packers even thinner at inside linebacker. The Packers starters at the moment are Sam Barrington and Clay Matthews. None of their backups, Joe Thomas, Nate Palmer and Carl Bradford have any regular-season game experience.
The Packers have lost three unrestricted free agents now. Along with Lattimore, Tramon Williams signed with Cleveland and Davon House with Jacksonville.