Packers waive QB Jake Dolegala, sign CB Rojesterman Farris

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Expect Jordan Love to play on Saturday against the Buffalo Bills.

The Green Bay Packers released backup quarterback Jake Dolegala on Friday, which strongly suggests Love will be healthy enough to play in the preseason finale in Buffalo.

Aaron Rodgers won’t play, but releasing Dolegala leaves the Packers with only Love and third-stringer quarterback Kurt Benkert behind him. Coach Matt LaFleur said Love, if he played Saturday, would see action into the second half, with Benkert playing after.

Dolegala played one series last Saturday against the New York Jets, throwing an interception on one pass attempt.

The Packers also signed cornerback Rojesterman Farris (5-11, 179), an undrafted free agent out of Hawaii in 2020 who has spent time with the Atlanta Falcons, Denver Broncos and Chicago Bears.

General manager Brian Gutekunst added two cornerbacks this week, signing Farris and Stephen Denmark.

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