After Wednesday's drought, Thursday was a day loaded with good content from all around the internet. Biggie ups to the entire internet world for upping their game. As I discussed yesterday, the NFL players, Roger Goodell, and some owners had discussions over three days in Chicago ahead of Friday's big court ruling, and I'm optimistic that this means the lockout will end soon. Based on how much other people are writing about actual football right now, I'm obviously not alone in this thinking. Let's get to the Green Bay Packers news and links.
I'll link any profile of Ray Nitschke. A true legend.
Whether it's with the Packers or anyone else, Daryn Colledge wants the lockout to end so he can get his future decided and get back on the field.
Top to bottom, the Green Bay Packers go about their business better than all other NFL organizations, bumping the New England Patriots from the top.
Two dozen Green Bay Packers players idled by the NFL lockout will take to the diamond for the Donald Driver Charity Softball Game on Sunday afternoon at Fox Cities Stadium in Grand Chute.
Vic Ketchman's mailbag.
Former Bears safety Matt Bowen might be the internet's best kept secret in football blogging. Or maybe he's more well-known than I believe him to be. I hope that's the case, because his posts are good.
The ubiquitous lockout post.
What's going on around SB Nation after the jump
That asterisk is "non-quarterback." The answer could very well be yes.
The title says it all.