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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for July 10, 2014


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In 15 days, the Green Bay Packers will report for training camp. Until then, we have sound bites and interviews to tide us over in our Cheese Curds.

Fullback John Kuhn provided a great quote this week, as you'll see shortly. We also have snippets of interviews with Morgan Burnett and a quick look ahead to this afternoon's Supplemental Draft, which should feature virtually no intrigue or interest.

Sound like a slow day? You bet it is. But bring it back later as we look at the tight end position in detail.

Who hit hardest, best in Packers history? | JSOnline
The Journal-Sentinel looks back at a top 5 list of the most fundamentally-sound tacklers who have ever played in Green Bay.

Fullback Kuhn offers enthusiastic predictions for Packers' season |
Here's John Kuhn talking at a fundraiser: "San Francisco's got it coming." Love it.

Green Bay Packers' top plays: Rodgers to Jennings - ESPN
This is the third option for the most-memorable play in Packers history. Personally, Clay Matthews' forced fumble or Nick Collins' interception return are the more memorable ones from that Super Bowl in my opinion. What do you think?

Green Bay Packers safety Morgan Burnett ignores critics who say he had bad year | FOX Sports on MSN
Safeties coach Darren Perry says he thinks "Morgan's a heck of a football player," despite his struggles a year ago.

2014 Most Important Packers No. 17: Brandon Bostick | ESPN Wisconsin
Since it's tight end day for our positional breakdowns, let's look at what Jason Wilde thinks about one of the returning options at the position.

NFL supplemental draft preview: 4 players eligible -
The verdict is this: don't expect any of the four players to be drafted.

6 Types of Cult Heroes You Meet in Sports - Bucky's 5th Quarter
Several Packers are mentioned in this article from our SB Nation cousins from Madison, including new arrival Jared Abbrederis and veterans Jordy Nelson, Clay Matthews, and John Kuhn.