In addition to wide receiver John Brown, the Green Bay Packers recently hosted three players for workouts, according to ESPN’s Rob Demovsky. With one spot open on their 90-man roster, the Packers also brought in a tight end, offensive lineman, and cornerback.
Brown, a third-round pick of the Cardinals in 2014, has played in 100 games and scored 31 total touchdowns. Now 32, he appeared in just four games with four different teams last season. In 2019, he caught 72 passes for 1,060 yards and six scores as a member of the Buffalo Bills. Known for his terrific speed, Brown has 320 career catches and a 14.8-yard average.
According to the NFL’s daily transaction report, the Packers did not sign any of the four players, including Brown.
Here is more information on the other three tryout players for the Packers: