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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for July 14, 2014

It was tight end day for us last Thursday in our roster breakdown, but it's tight end day again in today's curds.

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Welcome back to the Packers training camp countdown, which finds the Green Bay Packers' players reporting to St. Norbert College in 11 days and practice beginning in 12. Until that starts, we'll continue with our breakdowns of the Packers' roster, and today we'll dig deep into the interior offensive line.

Before we get to that, though, it's time for some curds, which find a pair of tight ends who will be eyeing the starting job in training camp as well as a look at the projected starting center who will have a big step to take this season.

8. Who starts at tight end for the Packers? - JSOnline
If he hadn't missed all of OTAs and minicamp, Andrew Quarless would be the obvious answer. As it stands, it's still his job to lose as long as he enters training camp healthy.

Vandermause says farewell: 'Remember it's just a game' |
We thank one of the great people in Wisconsin sports media for his contributions to the industry and to our Packers fandom over the years.

Brandon Bostick looking to display a complete game |
Here are some quotes from the third-year tight end as he aims to make a big jump in production despite being surrounded by some talented rookies.

Time to step up: Green Bay Packers center JC Tretter - ESPN
"I think it's JC's to lose right now" is what Aaron Rodgers said about the starting center job.

Eli Manning: New offense has 're-energized me' -
Ladies and gentlemen, then Ben McAdoo effect, apparently.

Brian Hoyer sees the subtext in LeBron James' announcement -
This is great - Hoyer pulls a quote from LeBron's announcement in SI to throw a veiled jab at Johnny Manziel.