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Cheese Curds: Daily Green Bay Packers News and Links for May 22, 2013

On optimistic injured players, changing positions, and Jay Cutler's "success" at quarterback.

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Happy hump day to all you Packers fans out there! Kevin's busy with soccer stuff today, so you get Uncle Tex's special edition cheese curds for the day (I add a little bit of dill and garlic to liven them up).

Packers' Mike Neal surprised by early move to OLB - JSOnline
No matter how surprised we are by this move, Neal himself is probably more confused than any of us.

Packers' Jerel Worthy: 'I'm going to play this year' - JSOnline
I'd love to share his optimism, and I certainly hope he can get back on the field, but I'm not as sure about that as Worthy is.

New leaders must fill void left by departing veterans | Packersnews |
My guess is the Packers themselves will be just fine; it's the fans who will need to go through the longest adjustment period when seeing different players wearing 21, 80, and 85.

Adjustment ongoing for Packers' new-look offensive line | Packersnews |
Wes Hod discusses the switch on the O-line, complete with quotes from the players involved. I don't know if Marshall Newhouse will start on the right side, but I'll breathe easier with him there rather than on the left.

Ranking Quarterbacks by Records - SportsCentral
LOL Jay Cutler.

18-game regular season still a topic of conversation | National Football Post
UUGGGGGHHHHH. I love the NFL, but enough already with this. The NFL has the best regular season and playoff format in all of professional sports (in my opinion). Don't change a good thing.

San Diego Chargers WR Keenan Allen wears a Raiders hat - Bolts From The Blue
In comparison, imagine if Eddie Lacy grew up in Minnesota and tweeted a picture of himself wearing a Vikings hat. You'd probably be none too happy either, but ultimately it's not really a big deal.

Microsoft, NFL announce wide-ranging partnership -
This is a brilliant deal for Microsoft, as it seems likely that they will steal at least a small group of gamers who were PlayStation owners but who will look to take advantage of some exclusive NFL content.

Let's get through our Wednesday - only a few more days until a nice, long weekend!