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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for February 24, 2014

We recap some of the news stories from Scouting Combine weekend in today's curds.

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Louis Nix is a large man.
Louis Nix is a large man.
Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports

Happy Monday, everyone. I hope everyone's weekend went well and that you found our coverage of the Scouting Combine to be helpful. Today the Combine rolls along with the defensive linemen and linebackers taking the field for drills, so we finally get to see how Jadeveon Clowney and company test.

In the meantime, here are some of the stories you may have missed over the weekend from the Combine.

Future of Packers' offensive line up in the air - JSOnline
So much of what will happen on the offensive line will depend on whether or not Evan Dietrich-Smith is re-signed.

DT Nix brings big personality into meeting with Packers | Packersnews
All we've been hearing all Combine long about Nix is that he is quite a character. For example: "How’s the knee, it’s fantastic. How’s your knee?"

Capers understands Greene's decision - ESPN
Regarding Winston Moss coaching all the linebackers, Mike McCarthy said "Having Winston oversee the whole group, I think the communication there just from a structure standpoint will improve."

Packers' Mike McCarthy delves into coach-QB connection - ESPN
McCarthy has different offenses for Aaron Rodgers and for every other quarterback, and says that he has "created part of the monster", but also thinks the positives greatly outweigh the negatives.

Not a 'bust,' Burnett must do more - ESPN Wisconsin
McCarthy notes three major factors in a safety's game: communication, tackling productivity, and playmaking. The coaching staff feels that he did well in the first two in 2013, but obviously not the third.

Browns owner Jimmy Haslam confirms opportunity to trade for Jim Harbaugh -
This was one of the most ridiculous stories of the last few days, and they appear to be a sign that things aren't exactly perfect over in San Francisco.

NFL Combine 2014: Breaking down how each drill translates to the field -
If you only read one article today about the combine, make it this one. It's great work here by our SBNation colleagues.