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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for May 12, 2014

If his heart will let him, Adrian Hubbard could become this year's UDFA steal for the Packers.

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The 2014 NFL Draft is in the books, but that doesn't mean there still isn't information to break down. More UDFA signings came out in the last 24 hours, and one name in particular with sound familiar to observers of big-time SEC football.

Report: 'Minor heart abnormality' cited as reason for Alabama LB Adrian Hubbard's fall out of draft -

For those who don't know, the Packers signed Adrian Hubbard as an undrafted free agent shortly after the draft. The 6-6 252 lbs. Hubbard was hugely productive at Alabama. Given that size and track record, it's difficult to believe his apparent heart abnormality is merely minor given he slid all the way out of the draft. Hopefully, Hubbard isn't affected significantly by the condition going forward on or off the field.

Initial Post-Draft Depth Chart for the Green Bay Packers - Bleacher Report

Much of the projected depth chart here makes sense, but it gets muddled at wide receiver. Despite having a year of experience each in the league, I don't think the Packers plan to give Myles White or Kevin Dorsey an edge over 2014 fifth-round pick Jared Abbrederis.

Packers add intriguing weapons with Day 2 draft picks - Fox Sports

The most exciting of the Packers' new pass catchers is Fresno State wideout Davante Adams, but it would be unwise to discount the potential impact of Richard Rodgers who will compete for the starting tight end job.

2015 NFL mock draft: Jameis Winston leads the year of the Seminoles - Mocking the Draft

BECAUSE IT'S NEVER TOO EARLY FOR MOCK DRAFTS! Jokes aside, the most important element of a project like this is to discuss which players are currently perceived to be top talents. Dan Kadar and the guys will figure out fit later on.

Jason Hirschhorn covers the Green Bay Packers for Acme Packing Company. He also serves as the Editor-in-Chief for Hook'em Headlines. His work has previously appeared on Beats Per Minute, Lombardi Ave, and College Hoops Net.