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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers news and links for November 13, 2012

Daily Green Bay Packers news and links, today on Desmond Bishop, concussions, Rodgers vs. Favre, and the offensive line.

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Matt Ludtke

Happy Tuesday, ladies and gentlemen. There were no Cheese Curds yesterday because I was traveling. Texas is nice and warm this time of year. I'm back, and I'm ready for football to actually make a return this week. I did get to watch the Bears lose to the Texans in a packed Texans bar, so that was super fun. Today's stories are a good mix of stuff ranging from national to local interest stories, as well as a range of news, analysis, and straight opinion.

Bishop makes progress, cheers on teammates | ESPN Wisconsin

It's great to hear that Bish is getting healthy and that he's happy for his teammates that are getting an opportunity to play in his absence.

Who's Better: Brett Favre or Aaron Rodgers? | Cheesehead TV

One, two, three, four, I declare a flame war.

NFL has come a long way in dealing with concussions | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

But, as the NFLPA will tell you, there's still a lot more for them to do.

Packers shuffle o-line to fill Bulaga's spot | Green Bay Press-Gazette

I'm very confident in T.J. Lang at right tackle and in Evan Dietrich-Smith at any of the three interior line positions, but I'm not sure what we have in Don Barclay and Greg Van Roten. Our starting line is fine, but the offensive line group is looking thin.