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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for May 23, 2014

As we look ahead to a long holiday weekend, we find that the Packers' OTAs are on the horizon.

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LB Adrian Hubbard
LB Adrian Hubbard
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Happy Friday, Green Bay Packers fans. With a holiday weekend ahead of us, the Packers' players and fans alike can relax for a few days before getting excited about the team finally taking the practice field next week. On Wednesday, May 28th, the team will begin its Organized Team Activities, with all key players expected to be in attendance.

As a reminder, practice on Thursday, May 29th will be open to the public, so head down to Ray Nitschke Field if you're free to check things out.

Before we take a three-day break from curds, here are your links for Friday.

These five are centers of attention for Packers | JSOnline
We take a look back through Packers history at the center position. It's pretty incredible that the team featured just three primary starters at the position from 1953 through 1984.

Undrafted LB Hubbard: 'It's about where you finish' | Packersnews
My guess is that he finishes training camp by earning a spot on the Packers' active roster. There's nobody on the team who has a physical frame quite like Hubbard's 6'6", 257, and certainly nobody at that height with the explosiveness to have a 38.5" vertical.

The next Donald Driver tough to find - ESPN
How tough? Only two wide receivers drafted in the 6th round or later since 1980 have a higher Career Average Value than Driver's - Keenan McCardell and Mark Clayton.

Chortling Vikings fan mocks Lambeau Field |
Ask Vic is worth it today to see Vic lay the smack down on a smart-ass from Minneapolis.

The Notebook: Round one reflections from the 2014 NFL Draft -
Former NFL DE Stephen White on the Packers' pick: "Safety Ha Ha Clinton Dix brings stability to a Packers secondary that appeared to implode at times last year. He might have been a reach with the 21st pick because he doesn't really jump off the tape for me. If he can be a solid, consistent player in coverage and in run support, Green Bay fans will love the guy."

The actual worst places to host a Super Bowl -
Come on. Minnesota's not ACTUALLY the worst place to have the Super Bowl. FireBus Highway is way worse!