Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for August 14, 2013

Jonathan Daniel

Today's Packers links cover a struggling cornerback, an injured star receiver, and the decision to cut Desmond Bishop.

Welcome to hump day, everyone, and with the Packers' in the midst of the third full week of training camp, there is plenty of news to go around. Included in that news are questions about a young corner, Randall Cobb's arm, and the whole Desmond Bishop situation. Just remember, everybody: Keep Calm and Trust Ted. On to the links!

Packers' Davon House calls performance against Cardinals worst of his career - JSOnline
That's what I want to see from a guy who stinks - admit it, identify the problems, and work your tail off to correct them. I still think we'll be seeing the good Davon House again shortly.

Notebook: Cobb's biceps injury could linger for several weeks, or more | Packersnews
Cobb should not have practiced yesterday, period. Don't expect to see him practice much this week, nor should he play on Saturday against St. Louis.

Time is running out for Vikings' Bishop to earn roster spot | Star Tribune
It's never pleasant to see a former Packer fighting for his life in the NFL, but will anyone question Ted's decision to cut Bishop if he can't make the Vikings' roster? Is it possible that he actually knew what he was doing?

Jones, Lattimore thriving after switch from outside to inside linebacker | Packersnews
And based on Bishop's injury, it sure is a good thing that Jones has thrived.

Point of Veau: Quality of Packers’ Depth Is Deteriorating | Cheesehead TV
Here's an interesting take, suggesting that the Packers pick up players cut from other teams to fill out the roster rather than developing from within. Thoughts?

What I Want to see from the Packers vs. Rams | AllGreenBayPackers.Com
"The Packers medical staff to be bored as hell. Because that means no Packers got hurt." THIS. I CANNOT STRESS THIS ENOUGH.

2013 NFL preseason, Week 1: Quarterback horse races continue - SBNation.com
Anybody care about the teams who have starting QB question marks? No? Carry on, then.

NFL quarterback scouting, in terms of 1990s computer hardware - SBNation.com
Jon Bois does it again. "Aaron Rodgers: Beige PC tower with an LED readout on the front that reads 99999999999 mHz"

And there you have it. Stay tuned for more news from practice today and maybe even a little surprise or two.

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