The Green Bay Packers' offseason rolls on, and though another group of players will be arriving in Indianapolis for the Scouting Combine, it won't be until Saturday that the big drills start to roll in. However, we will get the first batch of measurements today, as the first group of players (offensive linemen, tight ends, and special teamers) get their heights and weights measured today.
Until those results start to roll in, we have a variety of Packers news for you, including some examinations of the team's running back position.
RB analysis: Packers should keep Kuhn | Packersnews
As always, it's a balancing act based around how much money it will take to bring John Kuhn back. Frankly, he's more valuable to the Packers than to any other organization, and I think he knows it.
DuJuan Harris: Green Bay Packers should be really excited for his return - Lombardi Ave
Speaking of running backs, the Lacy/Harris tandem will be fun to watch next season, especially if Johnathan Franklin gets involved in the mix as well.
More than a toe in the water? - ESPN Wisconsin
This is a great quote from Ted Thompson regarding free agency: "I just think sometimes we can all have the attitude that the grass is greener, when in fact it might just be painted grass."
C.J. Mosley would be a great fit for the Packers, but … | Packers.com
"Just before the sturgeon drew his last breath, he whispered to me, "Tell them to sign Orakpo." Then the great fish’s eyes closed. Those were his last words." Vic, what have you been drinking lately?
Johnny Manziel reminds Brett Favre of himself in college - CBSSports.com
I hope Manziel gets drafted by the Browns and that Cleveland immediately hires Favre to be his quarterbacks coach.
2014 NFL Scouting Combine preview - SBNation.com
SBN's Dan Kadar (who will be in Indy all week) previews some of the biggest storylines from the Combine.
2014 NFL Scouting Combine: Who will be the most compelling interview? - SBNation.com
We look off the field now at some of the players whose personal interviews will be interesting for one reason or another.