Film study is the best. Today, our cheese curds feature a pair of film study articles, one on a current Green Bay Packers lineman who has developed quickly into an emerging star, and the other on a draft-eligible wide receiver whose draft stock has him possibly available for the Packers at 21st overall.
Oh, and there's also plenty of other draft stuff in there as well, so click around and enjoy.
A look back at the Packers' best picks in the fourth round - JSOnline
Jerry Kramer is without a doubt the top choice here. We're hoping that David Bakhtiari works his way into the discussion eventually.
Bad shoulder knocks Badgers' Borland off one NFL draft board - JSOnline
Here's hoping it's not the Packers' board.
Former Packers player donates rare Lombardi-era team apparel | Packersnews
Who knew that the team issued blazers and basketball jerseys to their players in the 60s? This is a really cool piece of Packers history and one that now has its rightful place in the Packers Hall of Fame.
Mike Daniels Is Cullen Jenkins 2.0 | Cheesehead TV
Here's some excellent film study breaking down why Mike Daniels has become such a critical piece on the Packers' defensive line.
Inside Slant: Building with own draft picks - ESPN
No team has more players that they drafted on their roster than the Packers, and this doesn't even take into account undrafted free agents who have never spent any time with another organization.
The Notebook: Is speed enough for Brandin Cooks? - SBNation.com
Cooks is bigger, faster, and stronger than Tavon Austin. So why is Cooks projected to go in the bottom half of round one when Austin was drafted 8th overall? Click, read, and find out.
NFL Draft rumors 2014: Browns 'smitten' with Blake Bortles, Falcons like Greg Robinson and more - SBNation.com
For what it's worth, we had Bortles going #1 to the Texans and the Falcons getting Robinson by staying put at #6 in our APC mock draft.