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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News And Links For May 5, 2012

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Happy Saturday everyone. After all of that pre-draft chatter about the pass rush, everyone seems to be pretty confident that this is no longer a problem, or that we've done what we need to do to address it. Every decent article I've read anywhere on the Packers recently has been on the secondary, I swear. Here's your daily Green Bay Packers news and links.

Shoulder injury was an issue for Williams |

Tramon Williams didn't have an offseason program, then got injured early in the year and played through it. Expect more from him in 2012.

NFC North weekend mailbag | ESPN NFC North blog

There's a good question/answer here about Mike Daniels.

Packers restructure scouting staff | JSOnline

Eliot Wolf is getting a promotion and some other guys are moving around as well.

Moss took a unique path to the Packers | FOX Sports Wisconsin

There seems to be a lot of interest in Dale Moss and a lot of hope he can make an impact. Could see him make the practice squad and improve significantly before getting a shot to make the roster in 2013.

Collins' rise to NFL stardom motivates safety McMillian | Green Bay Press-Gazette

He's saying everything that everyone wants to hear.

More from around SB Nation after the jump

Chris Greenwood scouting report | Pride of Detroit

A local guy who figures to be Detroit's dime corner this year.

The St. Louis Rams, Les Snead and a much better rule of four | Turf Show Times

Les Snead is doing a great job in St. Louis right now.

3 questions for Chiefs draft pick Dontari Poe | Arrowhead Pride

4. Will Chiefs fans prevent themselves from busting out torches and pitchforks if this guy takes two years to become a top-notch NT?

5 reasons to be optimistic about the San Diego Chargers defense | Bolts From The Blue

6. Norv Turner always finds a way to screw everything up