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Packers sign draft pick, add undrafted rookie

Posted May 16, 2014

Arizona State LB Bradford, Iowa S Miller sign contracts

The Green Bay Packers have signed LB Carl Bradford and S Tanner Miller. The transactions were announced Friday by Ted Thompson, Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations.

DRAFT SIGNING:

Rd

Name

Pos

Ht

 Wt

College

HS Hometown

4

Carl Bradford

LB

6-1

252

Arizona State

Norco, Calif.


NON-DRAFTED FREE AGENT SIGNING:

No

Name

Pos

Ht

 Wt

College

HS Hometown

40

Tanner Miller

S

6-1

211

Iowa

Wellman, Iowa


Miller, 22, started all 13 games for the Hawkeyes at free safety as a senior in 2013, earning honorable mention All-Big Ten recognition from the coaches and the media. He ranked fifth on the team with 70 tackles (36 solo), including a tackle for a loss, and added three interceptions and a forced fumble. Miller started all 12 contests as a junior in ’12 and posted 69 tackles (27 solo), including three tackles for a loss, an interception and a forced fumble.

 
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