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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers news and links for January 21, 2015

Aaron Rodgers puts a recovery timetable on his injured calf.

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It's been a few days since the Green Bay Packers' NFC title game loss to the Seattle Seahawks, but for many the pain hasn't subsided one iota. Still, the offseason is here and its time for the Packers to cobble together their free agency and draft plans.

Today's cheese curds covers Green Bay's salary cap, roster needs, and the like.

Agent's Take: What's next for the Packers and Colts | CBS Sports

NFLPA certified agent Joel Corry estimates the Packers' salary cap (they should have about $123.5 million in cap commitments and about $23.1 million in cap space) and looks at some of the team's potential roster moves. We will examine these items in greater detail at Acme Packing Company over the next few weeks.

Packers' Aaron Rodgers says calf should heal within 6 weeks | USA Today

While the calf injury limited Aaron Rodgers towards the end of the season and into the playoffs, it won't require anything other than time to heal. Rodgers' should recovery his mobility well before the draft rolls around.

Aaron Rodgers likes his football overinflated | ESPN

This comes up because the New England Patriots have been accused of deflating footballs during the AFC Championship game. Apparently Green Bay's quarterback prefers it the other way because he has big hands.

Aaron Rodgers still has time to win another Super Bowl | USA Today

Though no longer a youngster at 31, Rodgers most certainly has time to return to the Super Bowl. One needs to look no further than this year's matchup which features 37-year-old Tom Brady.

Twitter can't believe Andy Dalton is replacing Aaron Rodgers in the Pro Bowl | CBS Sports

Can you blame the Twitterverse? Sure it's the Pro Bowl which nobody cares about, but the drop off from league MVP to Primetime Andy is a steep one.