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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News And Links For May 26, 2012

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Ball so hard.
Ball so hard.

It's Saturday! Wooo woooooooooooo. And props to all the kids in the audience who get today's semi-obscure pop culture reference. Things have slowed down a bit on the news front, so people are busting out reserve stories or writing about not football to pass the time. That's perfectly fine, because some outlets from all over did some decent work last night. Here's your daily dose of Green Bay Packers news and links.

Veteran Saturday's track record appeals to Packers | Green Bay Press-Gazette

Durable veteran with multiple Pro Bowl appearances, a ring and experience in a West Coast offense. Pretty obvious why.

'Dancing' crown helps Driver's marketability | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

In the short term, sure, but he's only going to be playing football for another year or two.

Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews at MACC Fund charity event | Jersey Al's

They look good in suits.

On Packers and Vikings QBs | ESPN NFC North Blog

Graham Harrell is such a bad backup that the Packers will struggle to be a .500 team if Rodgers misses any time, while Christian Ponder is going to have a huge year. ESPN Trollface.

More from around SB Nation after the jump.

The Colts should do HBO's Hard Knocks in 2012 | Stampede Blue

I absolutely love how this post calls out fairweather Colts fans in Indiana.

With Robert Griffin III, bootleg options are endless | Hogs Haven

Olympic hurdler speed ftw.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers want to win now | Bucs Nation

So they hired Greg Schiano? Isn't that an inherent "we might lose this year but we're building for the future" hire?

Morris Claiborne: Great expectations or irrational exuberance? | Blogging The Boys

Rookie corners are pretty hit or miss, but recently, more miss. Expect Claiborne to have a fairly average first year, even though he's a stellar talent.