All official transactions published on the Packers' official website since players reported to training camp...
From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel...
DL Daniel Muir: After an impressive training camp, many thought Muir had the Packers' roster made. Not so. The Packers must think they're plenty deep at defensive tackle between B.J. Raji, Ryan Pickett and the rookies on the roster.
OL Reggie Wells: A surprise move that leaves the Packers with little veteran backup experience on the offensive line. Wells was being prepared to back up Marshall Newhouse and Bryan Bulaga, but the Packers might have to go shopping unless they think Derek Sherrod is ready.
WR Tori Gurley: A big-bodied receiver, Gurley was squarely in the mix to earn a roster spot on the Packers, but they've apparently decided to go in another direction.
WR Diondre Borel: Borel is an athletic former college quarterback who's been used by the Packers in the return game, but wasn't deemed good enough to make the 53. He could be a practice squad candidate if he can clear waivers.
QB B.J. Coleman: By cutting Coleman, the Packers are going with only two quarterbacks on their roster, Aaron Rodgers and Graham Harrell. Coleman will almost certainly be added to the practice squad.
RB Marc Tyler: After averaging only 2.3 yards per carry on a team leading 45 rushes during the preseason, Tyler did little to impress other than to remain durable.
S Anthony Levine: Levine had an opportunity to be the nickel safety in Green Bay, but didn't do enough to prove he should stick around.
OT Andrew Datko: The seventh-round draft choice of the Packers was hampered by a concussion for the last few weeks of training camp, but will more than likely be asked to be on the practice squad.
FB Nic Cooper: By cutting Cooper, the Packers are choosing to go into the season with only John Kuhn as a fullback. It's possible Cooper could be asked to join the practice squad, but with the fullback position becoming extinct in the NFL, perhaps the odds aren't good.
C Sampson Genus: Genus was a member of the Packers' practice squad last season and could begin the 2012 season in the same spot as a backup center.
OG Greg Van Roten: Van Roten gained a reputation for doing a good job in one-on-one blocking drills during training camp, but was still too raw for primetime. He may be afforded time to develop on the practice squad.
WR Dale Moss: The former college basketball player at South Dakota State showed he had an abundance of athleticism, but was hampered by a deep position that had a lot of other talent.
TE Brandon Bostick: While seemingly every other tight end on the team was dealing with injury issues, Bostick stayed healthy and was always available. His talent didn't quite compare to the other tight ends on the team, however.
WR Curenski Guilleylen: Gilleylen did a good job making the transition from college running back to professional wide receiver, but like some of the other wide receivers on the team, it's hard to make the team when guys like Greg Jennings, Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb are ahead of you on the depth chart.
C/G Tommie Draheim: Draheim has some versatility to play both guard and center and probably even his college position of tackle, but he didn't show during the preseason.
OT Shea Allard: Allard played both right and left tackle in Green Bay, but he's a nondescript cut at Packers camp.
CB Otis Merrill: The defensive back impressed with a 60-yard kickoff return during the preseason, but it wasn't enough to justify keeping him on the roster.
OT Derek Sherrod: Placed on the reserve/PUP list, will be eligible to return a minimum of six weeks into the season.
OLB Vic So'oto: Placed on injured reserve with an ankle injury.
OLB Erik Walden and DL Mike Neal are suspended to begin the regular season.
8/27/2012 The Packers placed linebacker Desmond Bishop, guard Ray Dominguez, wide receiver Shaky Smithson, running back Du'ane Bennett, defensive lineman Johnny Jones and tight end DeMarco Cosby on injured reserve. Tight end Andrew Quarless and linebacker Frank Zombo were placed on the reserve/PUP list. Defensive lineman Jarius Wynn and fullback Jon Hoese were released.
8/24/2012 The Packers released defensive lineman Anthony Hargrove, offensive lineman Herb Taylor, wide receiver Andy Brewer, safety Micah Pellerin and cornerback Dion Turner.
8/12/2012 Running back Cedric Benson was signed as a free agent, while tight end Eric Lair was placed on injured reserve.
8/8/2012 Veteran offensive lineman Reggie Wells was signed. Wide receiver Andy Brewer was claimed off waivers from the Philadelphia Eagles. Offensive lineman Jaymes Brooks was placed on the reserve/PUP list, and offensive lineman Mike McCabe was placed on injured reserve.
7/30/2012 The Packers signed street free agent DeMarco Cosby to bring their roster to 90 players. The Packers had one roster spot open since releasing Charlie Peprah and Grant Cook five days earlier.
7/25/2012 The Packers released safety Charlie Peprah and guard Grant Cook and signed guard Greg Van Roten. The release of Peprah came as a mild surprise. He had arthroscopic knee surgery during the offseason, which must have been a more serious injury than anyone let on. The Packers will be relying on relatively inexperienced safeties without Peprah.