It's time for the Green Bay Packers to take the field again. At 8:20 AM Central, they'll be back on the field for their fourth practice of training camp after a one-day break. We'll have you covered with news from practice throughout the morning.
In the meantime, we have your curds for the day, which feature some young players fighting for substantial playing time and a grizzled veteran who just won't ease up in his quest to remain a productive player for the Packers' defense and special teams.
We've also found a great interview with broadcasting legend John Madden and an amusing look around the NFL which was inspired by one of the summer's upcoming movies.
Veteran linemen Sitton, Lang ease transition for Tretter | Packersnews
It sure helps a rookie center when the guards on either side of you are multi-year veterans and one of them is All-Pro caliber.
Jarrett Bush still hustling after all these years | JSOnline
Keep talking about how much Jarrett Bush stinks if you want him to make the team. Much like Aaron Rodgers, he plays and practices with a massive chip on his shoulder.
What we've learned: Packers' defense - ESPN
Rob Demovsky runs down a few main points frmo the first few days of practice, including Davon House's solid practices, some undrafted rookies who will push to make the team, and much more varied personnel.
Uncommon comeback | ESPN Wisconsin
We get a look at Sean Richardson, who is in a rare position as a Packers player who has suffered a neck injury and actually come back to play for the team again. On Monday, his interception of an Aaron Rodgers pass made a big impression on several players.
John Madden talks football broadcasting - SI.com
This is a great interview with Madden, in which he looks back on his broadcasting and coaching career and appreciates the fact that he has a historical perspective on the NFL that many people lack.
Most sharable NFL moments of the 2000s - SBNation.com
There are no Packers plays on this list, though former Packer Charles Woodson makes an appearance thanks to the "Tuck Rule" play.
The Guardians of the NFL Galaxy | The Rotation
This is great. Using inspiration from the upcoming movie, each team is imagined as a comic book character - the Packers' one is a guy who became an incredibly strong, immovable mass named "Cheesy Danger."