Current Packers center Scott Wells also is set to become a free agent. The newspaper reported the team hasn't made progress in its discussions with Wells, prompting the meeting with Myers' agent, Drew Rosenhaus, at the NFL Scouting Combine.
The free-agency period begins March 13.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy recently told the Journal Sentinel that he doesn't "know anything" about the team's discussions with Wells but is "hoping Scott can be back, I really am. Why wouldn't he come back?"
A source told the newspaper that Wells, 31, wants a deal that would pay him around $7.5 million per year, while the Packers are currently willing to pay between $4 million and $5 million per year. Wells has been with the Packers for his entire eight-year career.
"Chris is the leader of the group," Kubiak told the site. "He makes all the calls. He's been exceptional for us."
"Glad to hear the news about @JermichaelF88.. now let's her (sic) Scott Wells back!" Lang tweeted.