After an off day on Monday, the Green Bay Packers will be back in pads and at practice later on this morning. Before then, let's take a spin through the interwebs and find some interesting news stories relating to the Packers and their divisional rivals. Come join me, won't you?
From unique background, Mulumba finds way with football | Packersnews
Here's a great profile on Packers linebacker Andy Mulumba, whose family escaped a difficult life in Congo and could be a weapon for the Green Bay defense against the read-option.
What we've learned: Green Bay Packers' defense - ESPN
Check out Rob Demovsky's first effort as an employee of ESPN instead of the Green Bay Press-Gazette. It breaks down three of the key storylines so far regarding the Packers' defense.
Vikings' Frazier to Jennings on jabs at Rodgers: Enough already - TwinCities.com
Well, I hope Frazier has a mind-swapping machine so he can put Valyncia Jennings' brain back in the right body.
Barclay Put into Difficult Position to Compete at Right Tackle, Center at Same Time | Cheesehead TV
Versatility is the name of the game for the Packers' offensive linemen, but it has to be difficult to be getting second-team reps at two very different positions like center and tackle.
Durability Will Play a Major Role in Final Roster Decisions - Lombardi Ave
Here's a look at all the guys who have been banged up over the last few days of practice. It sucks a little bit already, but at least...no...I'm not even going to say it.
Who's the Best Backup QB in the NFC? - SBNation.com
Sorry guys, it's not Graham Harrell or B.J. Coleman.
I'm pretty sure that Marc Trestman is a member of the Borg Collective.
And there you have it. Just remember, Packers fans, that resistance is NOT futile. We'll be back after practice with today's notebook.
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