Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for September 5, 2013

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In today's cheese curds, we find out that Dom Capers learned about Colin Kaepernick from someone who has successfully game-planned for him in the past.

Yesterday in Cheese Curds, we told you about Clay Matthews wanting to hit Colin Kaepernick. SHOCKER: Jim Harbaugh doesn't like that and is now trying to convince the referees to treat that as "targeting a specific player". Or maybe, just don't run any read option plays, Jim, and your QB will get all the normal special treatment afforded to any other quarterback. I'd be okay with that.

Anyways, we're heavy on news about this Sunday's Packers-49ers game, so click around and come back here when you're done.

49ers want clarity on quarterback's protection during read-option - JSOnline
Somebody needs to call a WAAAAAAAAMBULANCE for Jim Harbaugh.

Packers' rookie Micah Hyde knows he'll be sought out by 49ers - JSOnline
One thing that I'm confident about with Hyde is his ability to tackle in the open field and in run support.

Packers insist commitment to running remains high | Packersnews
And it had better be, especially this week.

Bakhtiari's confidence puts Rodgers at ease | Packersnews
Consider me "cautiously optimistic" about Bakhtiari's performance this week.

Continuing Education - ESPN Wisconsin
"In (Wisconsin Defensive Coordinator Ray) Aranda, Capers had someone who’d schemed for (Colin) Kaepernick three times – and beaten him twice." Me likey.

College Fotball Week 2 Prospects to Watch - Lombardi Ave
I'll add another one to the list: Wisconsin inside linebacker Chris Borland, who just tied the FBS record for career forced fumbles last week with 14.

Bears faked injuries, says Brian Urlacher - SBNation.com
Let's see if teams try to use this tactic against the Packers when they go to a no-huddle offense.

Oh, and by the way, FOOTBALL STARTS TONIGHT!

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