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Cheese Curds: Daily Green Bay Packers News and Links for May 30, 2013

On Crosby's competition, Bishop's quest to get his job back, and more

Doug Pensinger

Your Thursday cheese curds are here a bit late today, thanks to stupid internet connections and other work getting in the way. We've got quite a few things of interest today though, including a few bits and pieces on some of the Packers' rivals.

Mason Crosby is prepared to compete -
It's about time the team brings in some legitimate competition in camp.

Bishop 'man on a mission' as he works to regain his starting linebacker spot | Packersnews |
I look forward to him lighting up ball carriers again this season.

Packers Curious Love Affair with Nate Palmer | AllGreenBayPackers.Com
That pick was a surprise, and I certainly hope it pans out - we need as much depth as we can get at OLB right now.

Word of Muth: Justin Pugh and Kyle Long - Football Outsiders
The Bears' first-round pick isn't impressing FO's analyst.

Schedules complicated by College Football Playoff | National Football Post
For those of you (like us) who are also fans of the college game, this should be an interesting look at the differences coming up in conference as well as out-of-conference schedules.

NFL OTA roundup: Arian Foster undergoes MRI, Frank Gore sits for unknown injury -
That quote from Harbaugh could mean anything from "it's a minor muscle pull" to "Gore is on his deathbed".

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