The Green Bay Packers released 23 players to man roster limit on Saturday.
The moves included trading fullback Quinn Johnson and guard Caleb Schlauderaff.
Johnson, who was a fifth-round draft selection by the Packers in 2009 out of Louisiana State, was traded to the Tennessee Titans for an undisclosed draft choice. He played in 20 games with four starts during his two seasons in Green Bay.
Schlauderaff, who was selected by the Packers in the sixth round of the 2011 draft out of Utah, was traded to the New York Jets for an undisclosed draft choice.
The Packers also released wide receiver Diondre Borel, safety Anthony Bratton, offensive tackle Chris Campbell, tackle/guard Ray Dominguez, nose tackle Chris Donaldson, linebacker Ricky Elmore, center Sampson Genus, cornerback Josh Gordy, wide receiver Tori Gurley, quarterback Graham Harrell, fullback Jon Hoese, linebacker Cardia Jackson, defensive end Eli Joseph, linebacker Elijah Joseph, safety Anthony Levine, center/guard Nick McDonald, running back Dimitri Nance, cornerback Brandian Ross, nose tackle Jay Ross, running back Brandon Saine, wide receiver Kerry Taylor, defensive back Brandon Underwood and wide receiver Chastin West.