The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports that the Packers and free agent C Scott Wells will likely part ways this offseason.
The Packers have reportedly low-balled Wells based on their perception of his market value as an undersized, 31-year-old, zone-blocking center. Green Bay's center since 2004, Wells made his first Pro Bowl in 2011 and has 46 straight starts. GM Ted Thompson is likely playing his cards right -- as usual -- but it's still a bit surprising that the Packers view Wells as so low a priority. The lone in-house replacement would be Evan Dietrich-Smith (three career starts).
Source: Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel Feb 20 - 11:12 PM
Not sure I like the looks of this...