Welcome to Friday, everyone! We'll take a break from our roster breakdown over the weekend, but stay tuned today for Tony's breakdowns of the safety position. Until then, we have some news from around the NFL media, including a look at the renovations to Lambeau Field and their impact on the game, some recognition for Randall Cobb's versatility, and a few curiosities from the writers at SBNation. Enjoy!
Rodgers getting used to life without Driver, Jennings | Press-Gazette
QB12 doesn't say anything earth-shattering (shocker!) but he definitely sounds like he'll miss having both his veteran receivers, as well as a long-time teammate in Charles Woodson, in the locker room.
Countdown to camp: Right tackle up for grabs - Packers.com
We're not the only ones breaking down the Packers' roster by position, as the team's website takes a look at the changes on the offensive line.
Lambeau Field: All that's left to do is yell - Packers.com
Anything that is being referred to as the "Wall of Sound" certainly appears to be a good thing for a team's home-field advantage. Now go out there and make Lambeau an even more intimidating venue for visiting teams.
NFL - Randall Cobb leads NFC's most versatile players - ESPN
It's an Insider article, but here's a quick blurb about the top choice in the conference: "He has evolved from a one-dimensional return specialist into a complete offensive player for the Packers. His ability to play multiple roles makes him an almost impossible matchup for opposing defenses. Cobb had a whopping 2,342 all-purpose yards in 2012, and much more is expected this season."
Green Bay Packers What If Roster Scenarios | Jersey Al's
There are a couple of really interesting questions posed here by Adam over at Jersey Al's. The most fascinating to me is whether Micah Hyde can replace Jarrett Bush's play on special teams.
Ten weeks of lightning: the legend of Dante Hall, the human joystick - SBNation.com
As always, Jon Bois is terrific. The GIFs of the Broncos' defense running around, chasing air are hilarious. Also: remember that it was the Packers' Josh Bidwell who stopped Hall's streak of consecutive games with a return score at four.