The Green Bay Packers are reportedly scheduled to host five free agent players for workouts on Tuesday afternoon.
According to ESPN NFL Nation Packers Reporter Rob Demovsky, Green Bay will be hosting former Northern Illinois running back Joel Bouagnon, former North Alabama offensive tackle Stephen Evans, former Toledo offensive tackle Storm Norton and former Eastern Michigan offensive tackle Andrew Wylie for tryouts.
Packers workouts today:
RB Joel Bouagnon (N. Illinois)
T Stephen Evans (N. Alabama)
T Storm Norton (Toledo)
T Andrew Wylie (E. Michigan)
— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) October 3, 2017
The Packers will also be working out former Temple defensive lineman Sean Daniels, according to Aaron Nagler of Packersnews.com.
Packers are working out Sean Daniels, brother of Mike, per league source. Sean has played DL for the Philadelphia Soul & Green Bay Blizzard.
— Aaron Nagler (@AaronNagler) October 3, 2017
Bouagnon went undrafted in 2017, but had a short stint with the Chicago Bears before suffering an injury early in training camp.
Evans went undrafted in 2017 after earning Division-II All-America honors at North Alabama. He has tried out for multiple teams, but has yet to land his first NFL contract.
Norton went undrafted in 2017, but signed with the Detroit Lions shortly after the draft. He was on Detroit’s active roster for one game, and had two separate stints on the Lions’ practice squad before getting released last Monday.
Wylie went undrafted in 2017, but quickly signed with the Indianapolis Colts after the draft. He was released at final cuts, but spent the first 3+ weeks of the season on the Colts’ practice squad.
Daniels, the younger brother of Packers defensive end Mike Daniels, went undrafted in 2014. He has spent the past three years playing arena football for the Iowa Barnstormers, Green Bay Blizzard and Philadelphia Soul. He also had a 9-day stint with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League.
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