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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for September 24, 2013

We're another day removed from the Packers' loss to the Bengals, so it's time to review the injury list from the game.

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Injuries are a part of any physical sport, especially football, but it seems that the Green Bay Packers have been hit harder than most other teams by injuries over the past several years. This year appears to be no different so far, as hamstring injuries have cost several players several games over the start to the season. That's the big theme in today's curds - figuring out what's going on and using the bye week to rectify it.

Packers mystified by run of hamstring injuries - JSOnline
Ugh. Let's hope they have a better idea of what's going on than we do as fans outside the locker room.

RB position remains in flux, Starks awaits MRI results - JSOnline
Fantastic. At least Franklin was able to return after he tweaked something in his foot late in the game.

Packers' new season starts October 6 - TODAY'S TMJ4
Why the week 4 bye is just what the Packers' doctor ordered.

Taylor: Burfict's low blow 'has no place in football' | Packersnews
"Quarless didn’t see the (nut punch) happen in real time, but he and some of his teammates began to notice Burfict antagonizing players and then flopping when touched." Like I said the other day, it looks like Burfict is back to his old tricks from college.

Point of Veau: Johnathan Franklin Bounces Back After a Disappointing Preseason | Cheesehead TV
Depth is a good thing, and it's a good thing that both rookie running backs appear ready for prime time.

Rashad Johnson injury: Cardinals DB loses part of finger vs. Saints -
Um, ow.

Fumblr, Week 3: NFL Rusher mascots are awful -
Click for the hideous mascot mashups, stay for Matthew Stafford's surprise snap face.

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