By Adam Roberts – 3/15/2021
It was an expected consequence of injury trouble over his time in Titletown, but today the Packers made official that safety Raven Greene would not be tendered.
This decision allows for Greene to become an unrestricted free agent and pursue other opportunities, while allowing the Packers to focus on developing Vernon Scott and Henry Black at the safety position.
This past season, Greene appeared in 10 games, recording 42 tackles, 1.5 sacks, a pick, a forced fumble, and also defending five passes thrown his way. He had agreed to a three-year, 1.71 million dollar contract back in May. However, the injury bug has bitten Greene since he joined Green Bay; he played in just eight games in 2018 and two in ’19.