GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Make it five quarterbacks now on the Green Bay Packers' roster.
Jake Dolegala signed with the team after his tryout during the three-day minicamp concluded Thursday.
He did not get many reps during the 11-on-11 portions of the three practices, but he showed enough during drill work that the Packers want to take a longer look.
In other news, the NFL announced Thursday that Packers tight end Jace Sternberger was suspended without pay for the first two games of the regular season for violating the league's policy and program on substances of abuse.
With the addition of Dolegala, the Packers' quarterback depth chart looks like this: Aaron Rodgers, Jordan Love, Blake Bortles, Kurt Benkert and Dolegala, who signed with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2019 as an undrafted free agent out of Central Connecticut and also spent part of last season on the New England Patriots' practice squad.
While Rodgers was a holdout during mandatory minicamp, the Packers gave Love the bulk of the work in team periods. Instead of dividing reps during 11-on-11s, Love took the majority of the snaps. Of the 31 snaps Thursday, Love took 26, while Bortles got two and Benkert three.
Less than a month ago, the Packers had only two quarterbacks on their roster: Rodgers and Love. They added Benkert, who had previously been on the Falcons' practice squad, after a tryout during their rookie camp and then added the veteran Bortles just days later.
The Packers released defensive tackle Anthony Rush to make room for Dolegala.
Sternberger said in a statement posted to Twitter that he fell asleep behind the wheel in February 2020 after making the "horrible decision" to drink after taking anti-depressants.
"I want to apologize to the GB Packers organization and everyone else who has supported me along this journey," Sternberger said in the statement. "It is never okay to drink and get behind the wheel."
Sternberger, who said he has been going to therapy over the past 16 months, can participate in all offseason and preseason practices and games but then will be out until Week 3.
"I will never ignore my mistakes," he said. "I have owned up to my poor decision and accept the consequences."
Sternberger, a third-round pick in 2019, has 12 career catches for 114 yards and a touchdown. He was a healthy scratch in both of the Packers' playoff games last season.