The Green Bay Packers shook up a few positions on their roster Tuesday morning. The Packers signed offensive lineman Cole Schneider. They also added a former wide receiver turned tight end for the New York Giants.
The Green Bay Packers sign a wide receiver
According to Tom Silverstein with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Packers signed Andre Miller. Miller was converted to the tight end position with the Giants last season but should practice as a wide receiver for the Packers.
#Packers have signed TE/WR Andre Miller, a first-year free agent who was cut from the NY #Giants last week. The 6-3, 234-pound Miller was a wide receiver at Maine but the Giants switched him to TE. He lined up with the ERs in early drills.
— Tom Silverstein (@TomSilverstein) August 1, 2023
Miller was signed to the Giants roster as a UDFA last year. He was placed on injured reserve with a fractured forearm last August.
Here are highlights of Miller during his college career, courtesy of JustBombsProductions:
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Frequently Asked Questions
No, Andre Miller does not have a championship ring. Although he may not have had a flashy or jaw-dropping style, Miller's reputation as a dependable point guard who could lead his team into battle remains strong. It is surprising that he has never won a title, but his contributions to the game are undeniable.
Andre Miller is currently on the New York Rangers. The team recently signed Miller, 23, to a two-year contract extension with an average annual value of $3.872 million. He provides a short-term solution for the Rangers as a defenseman.
Andre Miller is not a Hall of Famer. Despite his impressive career, with over 17,000 points and 8,000 assists, Miller has not been inducted into the prestigious Basketball Hall of Fame. While he was known for his longevity and consistency, Miller's achievements fall short of the criteria required for enshrinement.