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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News And Links For April 27, 2012

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Well, yesterday was fun! And as fun as it was, today is probably going to be more fun. We could see some serious wheeling and dealing, as opposed to just waiting for our pick. We won't have to wait as long to see a pick. We'll see multiple picks. There are a lot of quality players left. Day 2 is really the most fun day of the NFL Draft. Here's your daily Green Bay Packers news and links.

Perry's mind is on 'Super Bowls' | ESPN Wisconsin

Right answer.

Q&A with Nick Perry | Cheesehead TV

Cheesehead TV went to the NFL combine and Nick Perry was one of the guys that they talked to. He said he preferred 4-3 end, but he doesn't have any problem moving to 3-4.

What scouts say about Nick Perry | JSOnline

Some conflicting stuff here. There are some people who really didn't like him.

After briefly following script, a day for wheeling and dealing | Green Bay Press-Gazette

There were a LOT of trades in the first round, if you didn't notice.

Nick Perry and what's next for the Packers in the 2012 NFL Draft | All Green Bay Packers

Good things, y'all.

Packers grab USC's Perry late in first round | FOX Sports Wisconsin

There are some good quotes in here. We have a post coming up expanding on a lot of them.

More from around SB Nation after the jump

Eagles dramatically upgrade defensive interior with Fletcher Cox | Bleeding Green Nation

He's a monster. That d-line is sick.

What the scouts are saying about Cowboys' first rounder Morris Claiborne | Blogging The Boys

That he's really, really good.

A contrarian view of the David DeCastro pick | Behind The Steel Curtain

The only people who would not like this pick are people who do not want their team to draft good football players.

A.J. Jenkins draft pick: Trent Baalke reportedly gets his guy | Niners Nation

Jenkins was a bit of a reach, but NN is trusting in their management