Welcome to the start of a new week, Packers fans. As our colleagues over at Bucky's 5th Quarter prepare for a Final Four, we're left to talk about the NFL Draft and Aaron Rodgers' appearances in the Badgers' victorious locker room at the Honda Center in Anaheim.
Just kidding. We're actually going to talk about how the Packers' insurance policy on Rodgers will save them about $350,000 against the salary cap over each of the next few years. We'll also discuss a new mock draft with one name you have come to expect and a second-round projection that should spark some discussion.
Aaron Rodgers' injury helped Packers' salary cap - ESPN
Weird - I'll be honest, I didn't realize this was actually a thing.
Packers find classic tight ends harder to come by | JSOnline
The Packers aren't the only ones. Those types of tight ends barely exist at all in today's NFL.
Taking a peek at Peppers’ Packers deal | ProFootballTalk
More and more league insiders are pointing out free agent contracts that have had puffed values - and Julius Peppers' contract is one of the most often-cited examples. The thing is, Peppers' agent accurately reported the appropriate values of the deal.
2014 NFL Mock Draft: Could the Rams draft Jadeveon Clowney? - SBNation.com
More interesting than the Packers being projected to take C.J. Mosley in the first round (which is no surprise at this point) is that SB Nation's draft gurus have them drafting TE Austin Saferian-Jenkins in the second.
49ers' offensive line stellar, but could face changes soon - SBNation.com
Womp womp. I'm sure that Packers fans won't be too disappointed by that. I know I won't be.
Johnny Manziel pro day: A contagious ridiculousness - SBNation.com
First of all, follow @Lana on Twitter. Second: this is hilarious.