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

The Packers' lead tailback readies himself for a repeat performance in his second season.

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Happy Tuesday, Green Bay Packers fans. Yesterday, we kicked off a pair of post series: our Top Plays of 2013, which will continue today with play number 9, and our ranking of the Packers' roster in order, which started with spots 90-81 and will also keep counting down today.

In the meantime as we await those articles, we have a few looks at the Packers from around the blogosphere, including an examination of Eddie Lacy, an interview with Aaron Rodgers, and a Q&A with one of the Packers' undrafted free agent signings.

Eddie Lacy, recovered and experienced, ready for his Packers encore | JSOnline
I like this comment from Tyler Dunne: "An Eddie Lacy carry is different from a Giovani Bernard carry, too. Lacy, a listed 5-foot-11, 230 pounds, creates a pile of punishment for all involved."

GPS guides Packers toward better injury prevention | Packersnews
Technology can do a lot of great things, and the Packers are hoping that it can help them reduce the number of muscle and ligament injuries they have been suffering in recent years.

Micah Hyde ready for anything at any position |
Hyde has apparently had few issues transitioning from slot corner to safety, at least so far in shorts. We'll see what happens when the pads go on in a few weeks.

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers on Favre, Starr - Green Bay Packers Blog - ESPN
An interview with all three legendary QBs at the same table? It's not just crazy talk.

Oklahoma State football Q&A: Shaun Lewis trying to make most of opportunity with Green Bay Packers | News OK
"The biggest surprise to me was just how down to earth the players are here. You have to commend the Packers for creating an environment where the players become almost like brothers here and they bring in new players with open arms."

Which NFL teams have the best offensive lines? -
The Packers' line is named an Honorable Mention in the "Contenders" category.