The Green Bay Packers have released safety Jerron McMillian, a former fourth-round draft pick. The release is representative of that 2012 draft as a whole for the Packers.
The Green Bay Packers might be giving undrafted rookie Chris Banjo a larger role at safety. And why not? He couldn’t be any worse than Jerron McMillian.
While most competitions are wrapping up, the Green Bay Packers still don’t know who will start at safety between M.D. Jennings and Jerron McMillian. That’s because neither guy has done anything to separate himself.
The Green Bay Packers will choose between Jerron McMillian and M.D. Jennings at safety this season. There’s apparently no favorite, but we like McMillian.
The Green Bay Packers made several changes to their lineup in week two. Here’s a look at who was in and who was out and how they fared.
Jerron McMillian was supposed to challenge for a starting safety spot with the Green Bay Packers. It looks like he has a long way to go — Anthony Levine is ahead of him right now.
Green Bay Packers safety Jerron McMillian is a dirty, filthy hippie… or something like that. Dude hasn’t cut his hair in seven years and has no plan to do so. This tells us two things.
The Green Bay Packers have inked their first 2012 draft pick, safety Jerron McMillian. Here are the terms of the deal.
Here’s a look at the Green Bay Packers day three picks in the NFL draft, including stats, scouting report and video.