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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for July 9, 2014

Wherein we find a big guy who is often (wearing) green and is always angry.

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Mike Daniels must be the Incredible Hulk.

If you take away one thing from today's cheese curds, let it be that. You'll see why shortly.

In addition to the big guy, we've got some news about his team, the Green Bay Packers. History is a theme here today, as we look back at another of the most memorable plays in team history and at one of the architects of the franchise's resurgence two decades ago.

Finally, stay tuned later today as we break down the wide receivers on the roster and make our predictions for which ones will make the 53-man roster.

Tyler Dunne - Mike Daniels to Packers teammates: Be mean, or else
Daniels doesn't stop with the awesomeness: "If I'm not angry, I'll find a way to get angry." I picture Daniels as being Bruce Banner in The Avengers: "That's my secret, Captain: I'm always angry."

New Lambeau Field plaza to honor Harlan | Packersnews.com
This is great news for people who remember how Harlan helped reshape the franchise in the early 1990s.

Bucky's Best, Hands Edition: Jordy Nelson, A.J. Green in the mix - NFL.com
Jordy might rank 6th in these "best hands" rankings, but if there were a "sideline awareness" version, Jordy had better be at the top of the list. After all, nobody's better at making those tip-toe catches that he's known for.

Green Bay Packers' top play: Brett Favre to Andre Rison in SBXXXI - ESPN
It was an incredible play, but it's still not close to Starr's sneak in the Ice Bowl.

Ranking the Packers Undrafted Rookies by Likelihood to Make the Team | Cheesehead TV
It's the time of the offseason for lists, and I can't argue too much with this one. Just based on depth at their positions, I think you can make a case for Colt Lyerla to be ahead of Adrian Hubbard, but both have more than enough athletic ability to make the team.

Broncos are trending on Twitter, and it sucks - Mile High Report
I don't think Brazil was the soccer equivalent of the Broncos yesterday. I think they were the Tea Totallers and Germany was the Gas House Gorillas from the classic cartoon "Baseball Bugs."