May 22, 2012; Green Bay, WI, USA; Green Bay Packers quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers (12) , B.J. Coleman (9) and Graham Harrell (6) wait to run through a drill during organized team activities at Ray Nitschke Field. Mandatory Credit: Mary Langenfeld-US PRESSWIRE
Happy Wednesday, everyone. Yesterday was the last set of OTAs open to the public, so we should have plenty to talk about on the site today. The various media outlets that cover the team have provided us with some good stuff today. Here's your daily dose of Green Bay Packers news and links.
Driver's return clouds futures for Gurley, Borel | Green Bay Press-Gazette
I still think that one of the two makes the team.
Harrell increases arm strength, ready to compete | Packers.com
I really have zero concerns about whether or not our backup quarterback is competent.
Packers stock report: Offseason edition | Jersey Al's
No 'stagnant' label on here? Lots of really iffy dudes listed as 'rising'.
Might Charles Woodson's days as a perimeter corner be over? | Cheesehead TV
We'll be writing more on this subject later, but this should get everyone thinking/talking in the meantime.
Aaron Rodgers' overdrive still Super | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
I really do not like the Journal-Sentinel's headline writers.
More from around SB Nation after the jump.
An inventive way to keep Robert Griffin protected while creating matchup problems | Hogs Haven
Have tight ends line up wide and chip blitzers.
Minnesota Vikings looking for love | Daily Norseman
This isn't that big of a story, I just liked the headline.
Rookie expectations - wide receiver edition | Windy City Gridiron
Call me crazy, but I think Alshon Jeffrey will be good for 700-800 yards, 5-6 touchdowns.
Switching to a 3-4: Can the Colts do it? | Stampede Blue
It'll be very interesting to see how Robert Mathis and Dwight Freeney play this year.
Seattle Seahawks violated offseaosn no-contact rules, will lose June OTAs | SBNation.com
Man ... I really dislike Pete Carroll.