PHILADELPHIA PA - JANUARY 09: Tramon Williams #38 of the Green Bay Packers intercepts the pass intended for Riley Cooper #14 of the Philadelphia Eagles late in the fourth quarter during the 2011 NFC wild card playoff game at Lincoln Financial Field on January 9 2011 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. The Packers defeated the Eagles by a score of 21-16. (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images)
Happy Friday, ladies and gentlemen. By now, you should probably know what I'm going to recommend doing with your day. It's an absolutely gorgeous 84 degrees and sunny in Green Bay today, and no one should expect you to put in eight hours of work in that weather. Ferris Bueller was right. So not only should you take a long lunch with a few adult beverages, you should probably just cut out of work entirely at noon. You deserve it. Here's your daily dose of Green Bay Packers news and links.
Tramon Williams responds to earlier reports that he's still not healthy enough to play at the highest level possible.
Jarrett Boykin won't be making the 53-man roster this year, but he could make the practice squad. Tyler Dunne talked to his college WR coach.
Donald Driver is having another charity event for his foundation.
I wasn't aware that Freeman was a local tv analyst for the Baltimore Ravens, good stuff.
More from around SB Nation after the jump.
Cam Newton has impeccable timing. He got to find his feet as a rookie while the Saints were a top-three offense in the league. Now they're dealing with the bounty scandal, the Atlanta Falcons look stagnate, and the Buccaneers probably aren't ready to contend yet. There might be a playoff spot up for grabs for the Panthers.
Considering their cap hell and Mike Wallace not actually being on the team yet, I'm going to go with closing.
Packers fans know what it's like to improve by cutting a Schottenheimer from their coaching staff.