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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for June 10, 2013

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Wideouts coach Edgar Bennett is heavily featured in the news from this weekend.

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It's Monday morning, everyone! You know what that means - it's time for some cheese curds from yet another slow news weekend from 1265 Lombardi Avenue. We've got a little bit on the Packers' receivers coach, who is one of my personal favorite Packers of the past few decades.

Packers' Bennett on Jarrett Boykin: 'A tremendous player' - JSOnline
The Packers' receivers coach has nothing but good things to say about the team's de facto #4 receiver.

No letup for Packer rookies or vets with exacting receivers coach Edgar Bennett - JSOnline
He was an intense player, and clearly he's an intense coach. I loved the guy when he wore #34 though, and I like the attitude that he brings to the receiver group.

Packers looking to help Williams return to 2010 playmaking form | Press-Gazette
Tram Williams: good when not pressing the receiver. Here's hoping that he's finally fully over that shoulder injury suffered in early 2011.

Taylor might be the Packers' latest great undrafted find | Packersnews | packersnews.com
The Packers have had great success finding undrafted free agent rookies on the offensive line in recent years. Taylor looks like the best candidate to make the team this year.

3 steps to success: Packers need Aaron Rodgers to benefit from running game - SBNation.com
Here's your generic "what the Packers need to do to win" post from the mothership.

Sources: Gabe Carimi Traded to Buccaneers - Windy City Gridiron
WHOA. I know Carimi was struggling with Chicago, but that's an awfully big step for a former first-round pick.

Mark Herzlich working as Giants first-team MLB - SBNation.com
This is an awesome story. It's awesome to see someone overcoming cancer at all, but to get a shot to start in the NFL? Awesome.

Now go take a long lunch break - after all, it's tough to get back into the work week.