Happy Wednesday, ladies and gentlemen. Yesterday was the first day of the Green Bay Packers' mandatory minicamp, so we have plenty to talk about today. The MSM and blog worlds are all abuzz with stuff about guys who weren't even playing football in pads, but we're still about to get real excited since each practice is starting to resemble real football more and more. Here's your daily dose of Green Bay Packers news and links.
Kevin Seifert just got off vacation and headed to Green Bay. He wrote about James Starks, B.J. Raji and Graham Harrell.
Stunning! The Packers aren't making it obvious exactly what Woodson will be doing this year.
Tyler Dunne went and tackled the same topic.
A good piece on how Finley has a good attitude and is well-respected, even if his personality doesn't exactly fit in with most of the team.
Where you at, Tori Gurley fanboys/James Jones haterade drinkers?
This sounds quite unpleasant.
More from around SB Nation after the jump.
Here, you can find news updates from all around the NFL's minicamps.
Belichick troll so hard that ish crazy, y'all don't know that don't ish phase me.
BUT HE'S STILL NOT MANNING GARBLEWARBLE.
Chris Gates wrote about the "rule of 150" thing I fanshotted yesterday, and he has a lot of faith in the Vikings' offensive line.
Sean should slip fake quotes into this regular feature, where Jim Schwartz talks about gladiator battles and cannibalism, and see if anyone notices.
The third post in a cool series from WSG where they look at their rookies compared to other guys at that position drafted at about the same time.