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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for January 28, 2014

There are a multitude of Wisconsin connections to this year's Super Bowl, and they go beyond the players on the field and the possible bad weather.

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Broncos linebacker Paris Lenon
Broncos linebacker Paris Lenon
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It's Tuesday of Super Bowl week, everyone, which means that Media Day is upon us. The airwaves and internet will be flooded with stories about the game and everything surrounding it, as the media get their final chance to dig deep and interview players, coaches, and anyone else affiliated with the game.

As for us, we wallow in despair as fans of a playoff team which lost before its time. As such, we at Acme Packing Company will continue our offseason roster review today with a look at the Packers' centers.

Stay warm out there, and enjoy today's curds.

Super Bowl 2014 a Wisconsin Badger Bowl with Russell Wilson, Montee Ball - NFL - Don Banks -

Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen got start in Wisconsin - JSOnline
Interesting - the former Badgers in the game aren't the only ones with Wisconsin roots.

Fullback signing doesn't mean Kuhn's done - ESPN
This is timely and appropriate. If anything, Ina Liaina projects as a practice squad player in 2014.

A long, strange trip - ESPN Wisconsin
Here's the story of Paris Lenon, the former Packer backup linebacker and the last XFL player still on an NFL roster, who's finally getting his chance at a Super Bowl ring.

Pass-rush specialists can be risky draft picks -
Vic's got some good stuff this week, but his best one is the response to the question about NFL cheerleaders suing over poor working conditions: "I can think of an easy way to avoid such a lawsuit in the future."

AJ McCarron is scared of Katy Perry -
Scouting report on McCarron: good work ethic, winner, easily freaked out by musicians.

Meryl Streep, 50 Cent, Kobe Bryant watch basketball -
WHAT? Mind blown.

Finally, we finish off today's curds with a look at some of the best Super Bowl halftime shows of the past 47 years: