Packers sign Banjo, White, Dorsey, 7 others to practice squad

Wide receiver Myles White played in 7 games with the Packers in 2013.

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GREEN BAY, Wis. — The majority of the toughest cuts made by the Green Bay Packers on Saturday were signed to the practice squad Sunday.

Safety Chris Banjo, who was likely No. 54 on what can only be a 53-man active roster, was among the headliners who signed with the Packers practice squad. Wide receivers Myles White and Kevin Dorsey also made it through waivers and signed to Green Bay’s practice squad.

Banjo, White and Dorsey are joined by center Garth Gerhart, wide receiver Alex Gillett, tight end Justin Perillo, offensive tackle Jeremy Vujnovich, outside linebacker Adrian Hubbard, running back Michael Hill and defensive end Luther Robinson.

The Packers wanted to sign cornerback Jumal Rolle to the practice squad, but it’s unclear why he wasn’t among the initial 10 players.

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