GREEN BAY — Former first-round pick Nick Perry was cut Tuesday, headlining one of the busiest days for the Green Bay Packers in recent memory.
General manager Brian Gutekunst signed four free agents to multiyear contracts, including edge rushers Za’Darius Smith and Preston Smith.
“We want to thank Nick for his contributions to the Green Bay Packers and the community over the last seven seasons,” Gutekunst said.
“He did a tremendous job on the field, was a great teammate and a true professional. We wish Nick, his wife, Audrianna, and their family all the best.”
Perry was taken 28th overall in 2012, totaling 32 sacks, one interception and seven forced fumbles.
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