Packers Practice Squad Roster Moves

Packers General Manager Brain Gutekunst announced several roster moves for the Packers on Tuesday.

The Packers announced that they signed running back Tra Carson and wide receiver Keon Hatcher to the practice squad. In a corresponding move, the Pack also released running back Joel Bouagnon.

Carson is a second-year undrafted free agent out of Texas A&M, who was originally signed by the Bengals before being waived this season after being on injured reserve all of last year. He will wear number 32.

Hatcher is a rookie undrafted free agent from the University of Arkansas. He was originally signed by the Raiders before being released after week one. He will wear number 13.

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