Packers ILB A.J. Hawk has taken a pay cut.
The agent for ILB A.J. Hawk said he expects to have restructuring talks with the Packers soon.
The Packers could save $5.45 million in cap space by releasing ILB A.J. Hawk.
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel suggests ILB A.J. Hawk may have to take a pay cut to return in 2013.
According to the Green Bay Press-Gazette, there's been "no indication" Packers ILB AJ Hawk's job is in danger.
Despite a $4.4 million base salary in 2012, Packers ILB AJ Hawk is believed to be in no danger of losing his roster spot.
According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, there have been "whispers" amongst Packers ILB AJ Hawk's teammates about "how little his game has to offer."
Packers ILB AJ Hawk left Sunday's game against the Lions with a calf injury and will not return.
Packers ILB AJ Hawk had the "last piece of hardware" removed from his surgically repaired right wrist two weeks ago.
A.J. Hawk admitted that his surgically repaired wrist is still not completely healed, but says he will be "perfectly fine" for training camp.
Packers ILB AJ Hawk's new five-year contract has a $33.75 million max value and includes an $8 million signing bonus.
Multiple teams reportedly expressed interest in ILB AJ Hawk after he was cut by the Packers on Wednesday.
Packers re-signed ILB AJ Hawk to a five-year contract.
Coach Mike McCarthy confirmed to the Associated Press that the Packers are "putting the finishing touches" on a contract for free agent AJ Hawk.