Desmond Bishop’s time with the Green Bay Packers is apparently over.

According to an NFL source, barring an unlikely contract restructure or trade, the Packers will be parting ways with Bishop, who missed all of last season with a ruptured hamstring tendon suffered in the Aug. 9 preseason opener at San Diego.

Bishop did not participate in any of the team’s organized team activity practices, including Tuesday’s final open practice, or the mandatory minicamp last week. The Packers have three OTA practices remaining but they are all closed to the public and media.

Bishop did not respond to a Twitter direct message and his agent, Blake Baratz, did not respond to an iMessage.

The Packers also released inside linebacker D.J. Smith, who replaced Bishop in the starting lineup after Bishop’s injury against the Chargers, earlier this offseason. The team re-signed Brad Jones, who took over after Smith went down on Oct. 14 with a season-ending knee injury, to a three-year, $11.75 million contract in March.

Based on interviews during OTAs, Bishop wasn’t expecting to be released, even after the NFL Network reported during the draft that the Packers were shopping him.

“I mean, yeah, somebody’s got to fill in right now. It’s not like my job to say who plays and who doesn’t,” Bishop said after the team’s open OTA practice on May 28. “All I can do is get healthy to (get back to) my full potential and get back out there.

“Of course, every person should feel like they should play. If you didn’t have that mindset, you wouldn’t be here. It is what it is.”

Bishop signed a four-year, $19 million extension in January 2011. According to the NFL Players Association database, his 2013 base salary was scheduled to be $3.464 million.