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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News And Links For May 3, 2012

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These post-draft, pre-camp days are tough, you guys. I'm still not over it. Maybe I'll deal with it better next year when I have a full season and blogger offseason to prepare. Kind of like how the rookies struggled last year without a full offseason program in the NFL. Here's your daily Green Bay Packers news and links.

Newhouse has edge in battle to replace Clifton | FOX Sports Wisconsin

Paul Imig thinks that Derek Sherrod's injury gives Newhouse the upper hand in the LT battle.

Undrafted WR Moss worth a close look | JSOnline

It's pretty easy to get enamored with physical freaks.

The Lombardi Era, Part II | Packerville USA

This stuff is so cool and I want to know where he finds it.

Ushering in the era of the defensive specialist | Cheesehead TV

The Packers could, as we've speculated here, use a number of different defensive looks this year with a little bit of 4-3 mixed in.

Aaron Rodgers says NFL Draft has become spectacle and adds pressure to rookie QBs | The Dan Patrick Show

Aaron did an interview with Dan Patrick yesterday, give it a listen.

More from around SB Nation after the jump

Riley Reiff scouting report | Pride of Detroit

Based on all of these scouting reports, it's hard to understand why everyone was saying during the draft that he's a right tackle, not a left tackle.

Panthers have the last laugh on Charles Johnson contract | Cat Scratch Reader

Charles Johnson got all of his money up front last year. Make it rain.

Raiders' answer to question at nose tackle: Tommy Kelly | Silver and Black Pride

Their nose tackle is 6'6", 300 pounds. Good luck with that!

Five lessons learned about the Bears from the draft | Windy City Gridiron

6. They're still the Bears.

Steelers' depth at wide receiver still lacking after draft | Behind The Steel Curtain

They really need to lock up Mike Wallace.