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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for April 9, 2014

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Pray for good health this year, Packers fans, as I am doing for Casey Hayward and the rest of the team.

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The Green Bay Packers are in the news around the league today, as one of the games on their schedule has had some details leaked out to the media. Let's just say that it's not exactly a premier game. In addition, Kony Ealy is the subject of a pair of today's curds, as two different analysts break down his game in very different ways.

Also, we have a recently-fired NFL GM saying the Packers need to draft an offensive tackle early this year. Sorry, but I'm not buying it. Keep Calm and Trust Ted.

Hayward says he's ready for the offseason program | Packersnews
Hey football gods: can we please let Casey Hayward go through this year without any hamstring injuries?

Last time, Jordy Nelson became a big bargain for Packers | Packers.com
Indeed, and he won't be anywhere near that kind of a bargain again. Jordy is getting PAID this off-season.

Source: Green Bay Packers to play Buffalo Bills on Monday night in 2014 | FOX Sports on MSN
We probably won't know the full NFL schedule for another week or two, but it appears that Green Bay will be playing in Buffalo sometime this season on a Monday Night.

Green Bay Packers may have 'hidden needs' in draft - ESPN
Former Buccaneers GM Mark Dominik apparently doesn't believe that David Bakhtiari will be the long-term starter at left tackle. I will reiterate that Dominik is a former NFL GM, though.

Kony Ealy: The NFL's Next Elephant End | Cheesehead TV
Personally, I still think Ealy will get drafted by a 4-3 team as a defensive end.

The Notebook: Is Kony Ealy a 1st-round pick? - SBNation.com
More on Ealy - in this case, more is less according to Stephen White.

2014 NFL Draft: Laurent Duvernay-Tardif turns heads north of the border - SBNation.com
That includes the Packers' heads, as they apparently called the Canadian offensive line prospect in the middle of his interview with SB Nation.