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

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Before the Green Bay Packers report for camp later this week, we recap the weekend in football news.

Chris Graythen

Welcome to Training Camp week! The Packers report for camp on Thursday, and we'll have camp coverage on lockdown starting then. If you're wondering about any details on the camp schedule, bounce back over here to check out the full practice schedule, and know that we'll have a camp primer later this week with all the information you need. For now, let's recap some of the weekend's Packers and NFL analysis from around the internet.

Training camp preview: Cobb, Finley essential to passing game success | Packersnews | packersnews.com
The Press-Gazette breaks down Aaron Rodgers' receiving corps. Edgar Bennett says this of Randall Cobb: "No. 1, I wouldn’t classify Randall as just a receiver. I think Randall is an excellent football player, period. I think he’s one of the toughest guys in the building, period."

4. Who wins out in the Packers' backfield? - JSOnline
"Consider that Marc Tyler — currently out of the NFL — took 52% of the handoffs in the preseason last summer." Ugh. Last preseason's running backs make me sad.

Good teams pick good players; weak teams pass on them - Packers.com
Vic's headline writer is back to his old tricks.

Eight in the Box: NFC North camp issues - ESPN Chicago
Kevin Seifert looks at three issues facing the Packers this summer: the running back rotation, replacing Charles Woodson, and Mason Crosby's brain.

How Your Favorite NFL Team's 90 Man Roster was Assembled - Bleeding Green Nation
Now that Donald Driver has retired, Aaron Rodgers is the Green Bay Packers' longest-tenured player. Also, only one team (Atlanta) has signed fewer players via free agency than the Packers.

Tyrone Crawford injury: Cowboys DE carted off field - SBNation.com
The first major injury of training camp has hit the Dallas defense, with what sounds like an Achilles tendon problem for the lineman.

Only a few more days, everyone!

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