By now, we all know what happened over the weekend - the anchors in the middle of both the Green Bay Packers' offensive and defensive lines were each lost to serious injury, including one out for the year. B.J. Raji will have to try to get a new free agent contract next year after spending 2014 on Injured Reserve, while the Packers will scramble to plug in rookie Corey Linsley for a few weeks after JC Tretter's knee injury sidelined him for a month and a half.
Predictably, that's about all anyone is talking about regarding the Packers, and takes up most of our coverage in today's curds.
Ted Moore, former Packers play-by-play voice, dies | Packers.com
Some of us can't remember any voice prior to Jim Irwin, but Moore was behind the mic in the 1960s when the Packers won five championships.
Torn biceps puts Raji's future with Packers in doubt | Packersnews.com
Here's a pretty good explanation of the medical issues surrounding Raji's injury, including why he probably thought he wasn't hurt badly right after the injury took place.
New Packer Letroy Guion eager to step up at nose tackle | JSOnline
Despite spending the entirety of training camp on the NFI list, Guion sees himself as being a critical piece on the defensive line in the wake of B.J. Raji's injury.
Losing JC Tretter hurts Packers more than B.J. Raji - ESPN
Josh Sitton on playing next to yet another center: "This will be my millionth center, so it's not anything new to us. I wouldn't say it's difficult; it's just a process."
"Chips Report" from Packers Preseason Win vs. Raiders | Cheesehead TV
If you missed Friday's game, here's another look at the key players in the Packers' win. Thumbs up to Julius Peppers and Scott Tolzien, who also earned our Game Balls in our post-game recap.
Packers fan wears Ha Ha 'Clnotn-Dix' jersey like nothing's wrong - SBNation.com
Epic knock-off jersey time...don't be this guy.