As is usually the case, the 2014 Green Bay Packers practice squad contains a bunch of familiar faces — a bunch of guys who got the proverbial ax on Saturday.
Unfortunately, it appears cornerback Jumal Rolle — who we still can’t believe got cut to begin with — was not among those players (despite earlier reports to the contrary). The Packers thought they could sneak Rolle through to the practice squad, which was both stupid and laughable.
The Packers did luck out in getting safety Chris Banjo back though.
Joining Banjo are receiver Kevin Dorsey, offensive lineman Garth Gerhart, receiver Alex Gillett, running back Michael Hill, linebacker Adrian Hubbard, tight end Justin Perillo, defensive end Luther Robinson, tackle Jeremy Vujnovich and receiver Myles White.
Gerhart, Gillett, White and Hill all spent time on the Packers practice squad last year. Both White and Hill were also briefly on the active roster. Banjo, of course, spent all of last season on the Packers active roster.
Hubbard, Perillo and Robinson were all undrafted free agent signees this year. Vujnovich was signed in January after being a tryout player prior to the 2013 season.
Dorsey was a 2013 seventh-round pick who spent that season on injured reserve.
As for Rolle, he surely signed with another team, but we’ll update his status once we confirm that.