The offseason is officially in full swing around the NFL. Yesterday, three reports were released of NFL players being involved in legal trouble. You know about Packers nose tackle Letroy Guion, but his news came out last after issues with the Colts' D'Qwell Jackson and the Cowboys' Joseph Randle.
If you're wondering whether teams are more concerned about players' conduct during the season or the offseason, look no farther than former Packers exec Andrew Brandt:
Offseason. Much more. RT @AJPaasch Were you more worried about player conduct during the season or offseason?— Andrew Brandt (@adbrandt) February 4, 2015
There you have it.
Still, while Guion dominates the Packers-related news, there are other bits and pieces worth mentioning, and we have some of them here in today's cheese curds.
Ron Wolf chooses son, Eliot, to be presenter at Hall of Fame induction - JSOnline
And if the 32-year-old younger Wolf continues his career trajectory, he could someday join his father in Canton.
Arrested development | ESPN Wisconsin
Jason Wilde speculates about the impact of Tuesday's arrest on the Packers' defensive line and their willingness to continue negotiations with Letroy Guion on a contract extension.
2014 quarterback survey: Trends we uncovered - ESPN
Here are a few interesting notes about the trends that NFL quarterbacks have observed over the past several decades, as over 100 QBs from both past and present were surveyed.
Green Bay Packers 2014 Season Review: Lots of Lambeau Leaping | numberFire
It's no surprise that the Packers' offense was the best in the league in 2014, but this site says Eddie Lacy was actually somewhat inefficient on the ground and that the mediocre defense probably should have been better than it was.
Green Bay Packers' 5 biggest weaknesses heading into 2015 offseason | FOX Sports
It's no surprise that the inside linebacker and tight end positions are on this list. However, if this list were published yesterday afternoon, nose tackle might be at the top.
Browns could face fine, loss of draft pick over Textgate - SBNation.com
This is one of the dumber ways for a team executive to get in trouble - it's common knowledge that any cell phone communication between the press box and the sideline is prohibited. It's been quite a week for the Browns organization.