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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News And Links For April 30, 2012

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Happy Monday after the draft, everyone. That was pretty fun! A big thanks to Tex for posting on the picks on Saturday. We'll spend the next few weeks before the rookies actually report and the rest of the team starts actual football workouts trying to dig up some solid game footage of our picks and figuring out exactly how they're going to fit in. For now, here's your daily Green Bay Packers news and links.

What holes remain on Packers roster after the draft? | All Green Bay Packers

We're getting pretty liberal with the use of the term 'holes' here.

Woodson happy with defensive help in draft | JSOnline

Charles Woodson was, for some reason, at the White House Correspondents Dinner.

Packers' rookie free agents include a basketball player | Green Bay Press-Gazette

Dale Moss is a crazy athlete who didn't even play D-I football, and who only played FCS football for one season.

Statistical projections for Packers rookies | Cheesehead TV

Look at Casey Hayward. Good lord.

Packers' draft stacks up favorably in NFC North | FOX Sports Wisconsin

I definitely liked what the Vikings and Lions did. The Bears? Ehh.

Breaking down the film | ESPN Wisconsin

Drew Olson dug up some videos on all of the Packers' picks.

More from around SB Nation after the jump

Jim Schwartz discusses Jonte Green, Travis Lewis picks | Pride of Detroit

Interestingly enough, he said drafting six defensive players in a row was a coincidence. BPA, y'all.

Grading the Minnesota Vikings' 2012 NFL Draft | Daily Norseman

Chris and I have at least one shared opinion.

Do the Cowboys have a draft philosophy? | Blogging The Boys

Apparently 'RKGs' are dudes that love football.

2012 NFL Draft review, winners and losers | Niners Nation

The Bengals were declared the early draft winners, and I have to agree. All of their picks were great value.