GREEN BAY, WI (WHBL) - The Green Bay Packers are expected to take their normal cautious approach to free agency as the signing period begins Tuesday afternoon. Media reports said the Packers could bring in a veteran defensive end, in the event that they lose B-J Raji to another team. Raji was reportedly considering a one-year offer from the Pack, but he decided to shop around first. Green Bay was said to have an interest in defensive ends Lamarr Houston from Oakland, Arthur Jones from Baltimore, and Red Bryant from Seattle. However, Bryant reportedly agreed to a four-year deal with Jacksonville worth 17-million dollars. Houston's price was said to have risen to the point in which the Packers dropped their interest. Jones remains a possibility, as teams are still reportedly trying to determine his market value. Meanwhile, a number of Green Bay free agents are expected to test the waters. One report said seven teams were interested in tight end Andrew Quarless, including the Packers. The future of center Evan Dietrich-Smith remains up in the air. Other notable Packer free agents include fullback John Kuhn, running back James Starks, receiver James Jones, defensive end Ryan Pickett, and linebacker Mike Neal.