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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News And Links For June 8, 2012

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Happy Friday, ladies and gentlemen. Because it's Friday, I encourage all of you to spend a large chunk of your work day screwing around on the internet. Take an extra long lunch and have a drink while you're at it. Oh, and feel free to duck out of the office at around 4:15. It's the first day of Euro 2012 and the U.S. men's national team is playing tonight, AND I am not excused from my regular duties running this blog, so I can't enjoy Friday like many of you can. Slack off for me. Here's your daily dose of Green Bay Packers news and links.

House soaks up offseason training after condensed rookie campaign | Green Bay Press-Gazette

House is the guy I'm most interested to see in training camp and preseason. We know the rookies will look shaky early and gradually improve, but I'm not sure what we're going to see from House.

Packers don't need to rush Quarless back | FOX Sports Wisconsin

Because they have infinity tight ends already, and they might keep six receivers. I'd be pretty surprised if Quarless wasn't on the PUP list in Week 1.

Young safeties get long look in OTAs |

No Collins, no Peprah, no Woodson. That means that M.D. Jennings, Jerron McMillian and Anthony Levine have gotten time on the field with the big boys.

Mark Murphy Entering Year Five: Where Does He Stand? | Jersey Al's

I feel like this is an overly critical piece, but it's not unfair. Kris takes a viewpoint on Murphy that is reasonable, but very different from mine.

More from around SB Nation after the jump.

Aaron Kampman Released By Jacksonville Jaguars | SB Nation Tampa Bay

Yours truly was working the newsdesk yesterday when this happened. Injuries really derailed his career.

Report: Patriots Give Gronkowski A New Deal | Pats Pulpit

It will pay him infinity billion dollars.

Reggie Wayne And Andrew Luck Haven't Hooked Up, Yet | Stampede Blue

But they will soon, bow chicka wow wow.

Patriots ochenta y seis Ochocinco, el no bueno para Raiders | Silver and Black Pride


St. Louis Rams' Goal Is To Win The NFC West | Turf Show Times

If Justin Smith, Aldon Smith, Patrick Willis and Frank Gore all drop dead, I could see this happening.