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Cheese Curds: Daily Green Bay Packers News and Links for May 5th, 2013

Where we celebrate Cinco de Mayo by talking about Canada.


Today's cheese curds are melted down and fried up in a tortilla - it's time for your CInco de Mayo Cheese Enchilada! All bad puns aside, we have coverage on the Packers' new left tackle, their first round pick's childhood, and poaching prospects from the Great White North. Enjoy!

Bulaga 'Thankful' For Switch To Left Tackle -
I can't say I'm surprised that a player is excited to be put at the most glamorous (and most critical) spot for his positional unit. Now go out there and kick some ass, Bryan.

A little guidance, a lot of talent take Jones from Compton to NFL, Green Bay | Packersnews |
Let's all be grateful that Datone Jones decided to disobey his mother in 10th grade to try out for the football team.

Like Aaron, Jordan Rodgers motivated by draft slight - FOX Sports Wisconsin
Here's a good look into the mind of the younger Rodgers and why he chose Jacksonville as his landing spot. Personally, I hope he makes the roster and gets an opportunity to start at some point down the road.

CFL draft affected by NFL signings -
WOO! The Packers signed Andy Mulumba as an undrafted free agent, and he was one of the CFL's top prospects. Take that, Canada!

FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Broken Tackles 2012
Shocking numbers: Alex Green was not particularly elusive last year. He ended up with the 5th-lowest Broken Tackle rate among all qualifying running backs.

Now go get yourself a margarita (or a Molson) and enjoy your Sunday.

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