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Cheese Curds: Daily Green Bay Packers News and Links for January 29, 2014

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As Super Bowl week rolls on, we continue to look at the Packers free agents and despise Golden Tate.

David Banks

There are just a few more days until the biggest football game of the year. With Super Bowl media day taking place yesterday, there was one comment from a Seahawk which stuck out in my mind and reminded me of Packers fans' best reason to cheer for the Broncos.

Before that, though, we have a report on the Packers' top internal free agent, as well as a look at another defensive player who has expressed a desire to stay in Green Bay.


Conversations continue between Packers, CB Sam Shields - JSOnline
It sounds like the Packers are trying to sign Shields long-term before he hits the open market. My guess is that a deal is not done by the opening of free agency, though.

Dual role jump-starts Neal's career as rookie contract winds up | Packersnews
If Mike Neal gets a contract anywhere near that of Erik Walden, I'll be shocked. Then again, we were shocked that Walden got $4 million per year, so who knows.

Cobb: Rodgers' saga was 'deflating' - Green Bay Packers Blog - ESPN
It was rough for the fans; I can only imagine how it felt for Aaron Rodgers' teammates to see him working hard in practice only to be shut down repeatedly by the medical staff.

Floyd Mayweather may have bet $10 million on the Denver Broncos -
This is hilarious. Go Seahawks.

Golden Tate Sticks to His Guns, Saying He Caught Infamous Touchdown vs. Packers "100 Percent" | Cheesehead TV
LOL. Ignore my last comment.

The fax mishap that cost the Broncos Elvis Dumervil, and its impact on Super Bowl XLVIII -
Let's revisit one of the most ridiculous stories about the business of the NFL in recent memory and how it could affect Sunday's game.

Cat people finally get their Puppy Bowl -
Come for terrible cat/football puns. "Even Hallmark knows their Tebow kitty can't play quarterback."

When you're done with curds, check out our look at the center position from yesterday and get ready to start breaking down the defense with the defensive line today.