The Green Bay Packers announced Friday that they’ve placed TE Andrew Quarless on season-ending injured reserve.
- The Packers also promoted CB Robertson Daniel to their active roster.
As we mentioned earlier, Silverstein can seem them signing a receiver, possibly Ed Williams from their practice squad, to their active roster.
Packers TE Andrew Quarless announced that he will not play for the remainder of the playoffs.
“Wanted to be the first to thank all my loyal fans who have supported me this past year.. You all have been a blessings to my life.. My season has come to an end not by choice but I will continue to trust Gods plan for my life,” said Quarless, via his instagram account.
The Packers could be clearing a roster spot for a receiver, seeing as Davante Adams is unlikely to play against the Cardinals, due to an MCL injury.
Quarless, 27, still has one year remaining on his Signed a two-year, $3 million contract, which includes a base salary of $1.3 million to go along with a $200,000 roster bonus and a $75,000 workout bonus.
The Packers placed Quarless on the short-term injured reserve a few weeks into the season after he sustained a MCL sprain.
There had been talk that Quarless could be cut loose following an incident in which he fired a gun in Florida during the offseason, but Green Bay elected to stand by him.
In 2015, Quarless appeared in just five games for the Packers and caught four passes for 31 yards.