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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for April 4, 2014

Look out for Tim Masthay, powerful businessmen. He's coming for your jobs and your money.

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The next Packers backup quarterback?
The next Packers backup quarterback?
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Happy Friday to all of you Green Bay Packers fans out there. In today's links roundup, we find one of APC's favorite Packers who is looking to become a cold-blooded businessman after football, another fan favorite whose re-signing will lead to a crowded backfield, and a player who did not play left tackle in college being mentioned as a possible draftee of the Packers.

Offseason training program starts April 22; Minicamp set for June 17-19 | Packersnews
Everybody get your calendars out: the Packers rookies will be in camp May 16-17 and OTAs run May 28-30, June 3-5, and June 10-13.

Tim Masthay planning for future in business |
The nickname "Ginger Wolverine" will take on an entirely new meaning when he dominates the board room after his football career is over.

Draft Profile: At center, Utah State's Tyler Larsen gains momentum - JSOnline
I still wouldn't bet on him being a Packer, since he played center in college. Odds are he's higher on other teams' draft boards than he is on the Packers'.

With Kuhn's return, Packers' backfield draws a crowd | ESPN Wisconsin
That gives the Packers Eddie Lacy, Johnathan Franklin, James Starks, DuJuan Harris, Michael Hill, Orwin Smith, and Kuhn all in the backfield. Training camp should be fun.

Packers Won't Be Signing TE Owen Daniels | Cheesehead TV
Womp womp. Given the fact that they haven't signed him yet, Daniels coming to Green Bay seemed to be less likely each and every day.

NFL Draft 2014: What do you watch when evaluating running backs? -
Field Gulls' Danny Kelly knocks it out of the park again, breaking down the skills that scouts look for when evaluating players at the running back position.

The NFL welcomes a new era -
The network's Ryan Van Bibber was at the NFL Owners' Meetings last week and gives his overall impressions of the direction of the league as a whole after talking to coaches, GMs, and owners alike.

Have a great Friday, and remember that getting rid of a player can sometimes be more worthwhile to his old team than the value his new squad puts on bringing that same player aboard.