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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's the breakdown of Lane Taylor's renegotiated last year. Signing bonus: $100,000. Base salary: $910,000. Roster bonus: Up to $400,000 ($25,000 per game active). Workout bonus: $90,000. Salary-cap charge: $2.4 million. Total cash: $1.5 million (plus incentives). This move saved the Packers nearly $3 million in salary-cap space. They now stand at $13,909,951 under their cap.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers signed sixth-round pick Simon Stepaniak. They're working backwards after signing their two seventh-round picks last week.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers have now announced the signings both of their seventh-round draft picks. Last week, it was DE/OLB Jonathan Garvin (No. 232 overall). Today, it was S Vernon Scott of TCU (No. 236). If they continue in reverse order, sixth-rounders Simon Stepaniak (No. 209), Jake Hanson (No. 208) and Jon Runyan (No. 192) should be next.

Hoop Collective: How The NBA Is Responding To Crisis

Brian Windhorst, Malika Andrews, Andrew Lopez and Kevin Pelton discuss the events of the past week and how the NBA community has rallied around the cause. Then, the crew tries to answer questions about the quality of games to expect when the NBA returns, if the "playoff-plus" format is fair and whether the league is trying to tailor its return plan around Zion Williamson and the Pelicans (16:00).

Giannis' hilarious reaction when asked if Mo Bamba is better than him (0:36)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers G Lane Taylor has agreed to rework the last year of his contract. ‪His base salary is now $1.5 million (down from $3.8 million) but he has the opportunity to earn an additional $1.5 million based on playing time. This gives Taylor a great chance to stay on the roster and compete for a starting job and make back a good chunk of his money and gives the Packers plenty of options to play the best five on the line.

The 3 biggest on-court questions for the NBA's Eastern Conference (1:25)

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Packers seventh-round pick Jonathan Garvin's four-year, rookie contract that he signed this week included a $79,284 signing bonus. That's the only guaranteed money in a deal worth up to $3,374,284. If he makes the team his base salaries will be $610,000 (in 2020), $780,000 (2021), $895,000 (2022) and $1.01 million (2023). He was the first -- and to date only -- one of the Packers' nine draft picks to sign.

If you were building a team, is Giannis your first pick? (1:56)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt LaFleur on his virtual work with Jordan Love: “We have got to try to show him as many good examples of what it looks like because the challenge is he's going out on his own and working those different techniques and fundamentals but you're not there to be able to correct him or show him the right way. So we've got to present as much to him so he can get that good visual so that he can go out there and replicate that." (via ESPN Wisconsin radio)

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Matt LaFleur on his relationship with Aaron Rodgers since the Jordan Love pick: “We talk four times a week whenever we get those opportunities to meet in those individual meetings, and I feel really good about where we're at. We both understand that this is a business. When that whole thing went down it was just one of those situations where there were a couple of guys targets that had just previously been picked and Jordan was the next guy on the board.” (via ESPN Wisconsin radio).

Are the Packers willing to commit to Aaron Jones long term? (1:14)
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Packers RB Jones thinking long term despite deal

Aaron Jones wants to finish his career with Green Bay but doesn't know whether that can happen amid ongoing contract talks. "Whether it's my first year or my last year on a deal, I'm going to be just as motivated," he said.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers RB Aaron Jones, who's entering the final year of his contract, said on a Zoom call: "I would love to be a lifelong Packer." He added: "I trust my agents, and I trust the Packers. I trust them to get a deal done. If I can control what I can control, I feel like it will be taken care of."

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Packers safety Adrian Amos has been vocal on social media about the death of citizen George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer and on a Zoom call he said: “It's a sensitive subject for a lot of people, but I think it's something that needs to be more than just talked about. We need to start coming up with different solutions to avoid situations where, you know, people are losing their lives.”

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers S Adrian Amos couldn't finish the NFC title game because of a pectoral injury after playing all but 4 snaps in the regular season but said on a Zoom presser he "didn't have to have any procedure done. It healed up pretty good. I'm 100 percent right now. I'm feeling good."