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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for July 2, 2013

Curious about how the Packers' backup quarterback is adjusting after a rough 2012? Read below!

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Good morning and happy Tuesday to everyone out there. We took a little off day to ride roller coasters in the rain yesterday, but we're back this morning with news from around Green Bay and the NFL. Multiple retired Packers are in the news today for their comments about the current state of the league and its leadership, while we lead it off with a profile of the team's incumbent backup quarterback.

'Stronger' Harrell brings quiet confidence into training camp |
It's still a shame that all we seem to remember about Harrell is tripfumble.gif, but that's not weighing on his mind.

Former Packers linebacker Dave Robinson says improper tackling to blame for head injuries |
Disagree with Dave Robinson at your own peril. Part of me thinks he still looks like he could throw on pads and go play linebacker.

For super fans, fantasy leagues just make sports real - JSOnline
You kids with your loud music and your Dan Fogelberg, your Zima, hula hoops, and Pac-man video games!

Gary Knafelc: NFL wants retirees to 'die off' - NFC North Blog - ESPN
Holy cow, those are some strong allegations by a retired Packer.

Where Are Arrests Happening In The NFL? - Blogging The Boys
These charts show some disparities between the conventional assumptions (Cowboys and Raiders are all convicts and criminals!) and the truth (they're both close to average). Lake Minnetonka comes to mind when looking at the top of the first chart though.

NFL training camp schedule: Reporting dates for all 32 teams -
In case you were for some reason interested in when teams other than the Packers report for camp.

We'll be along a little later this morning with some more fun.

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