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Green Bay will add players in rookie free agency in the coming days, and reports are out that they've secured at least a handful of players.
Mississippi State linebacker Johnathan Calvin is reportedly signing with Green Bay, per Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. Calvin took the community college path to the SEC, playing at Copiah-Lincoln before enrolling at Mississippi State.
The Packers also dipped into the small-school pool to pick up DB Donatello Brown of Valdosta State, per Adam Caplan (not a WR as indicated below). Information is scarce, but Brown apparently ran a 4.37 40. Brown graduated high school in 2009, making him older than most rookies. He could also compete for a shot at a return job with the Packers.
PackersNews.com is keeping a running list of players added via free agency, which you can view by going here. The Packers are one of the more reliable teams in terms of getting rookie free agents onto the field, so they usually have a pretty good selection when it comes to players coming via the undrafted free agency route.