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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for November 21, 2014

Clay Matthews doesn't expect his injury to hinder him this week.

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The Green Bay Packers will practice for the final time in advance of the next game on Saturday, as Friday is typically their day off. However, we'll be monitoring Clay Matthews' and Nick Perry's statuses closely, as the two players have been limited or held out of practice entirely this week.

Speaking of Matthews, he and his buddies on the Packers' offensive line were featured in a trailer released Thursday for a movie about singing groups. The topic of the song they're singing is "butts." Check out the article in curds below and discuss.

Clay Matthews limited but ‘looked good’ |
Nick Perry's injury is more concerning, though his ability to practice on Saturday will be critical for him playing on Sunday.

Notes - Rookies playing major role for Packers, same as last year | JSOnline
That's thanks primarily to offensive players like Corey Linsley, Davante Adams, and Richard Rodgers, as well as safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix.

Lacy becoming more complete back |
He's averaging just under 80 receiving yards per game in his last three contests, compared to only 60 yards per game on the ground. But I bet you won't hear the Packers coaches complaining.

A song in their hearts | ESPN Wisconsin
By now, you've probably heard that Clay Matthews and four members of the Packers' offensive line made a cameo in the movie Pitch Perfect 2, which is set to release on May 15. Here's the backstory on how that came to be. Speaking of "backstory", they apparently sang something involving butts, but we'll have to wait to see what song it actually is. Feel free to speculate in the comments (but keep it clean, please).

Vikings have to be ready for Packers QB Aaron Rodgers' deep shots - ESPN
He is the league's best quarterback on deep balls according to most stats, and he burned the Vikings on play-action to Jordy Nelson in the teams' first meeting.

Breaking Madden: Matt Stafford is dead. Long live Matt Stafford! -
This week's edition is fantastic, even for just the roster cuts alone, in which Jon solicited stories about the most awkward moments of people's lives.