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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for March 12, 2015

Current and former Bears are in the news, and we look to see the progress that one free agent Packer has made from his 2014 injury.

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It should be no surprise that the Green Bay Packers are still looking for a nose tackle. With no re-signings to this point with Letroy Guion, B.J. Raji, or any other free agent players at the position, the Packers absolutely need to add a player or two at the position during free agency or the draft.

But according to Raji's trainer, the arm that he injured last preseason is stronger than ever.

We've got that report, plus news about two players who have recently re-signed with the Packers, plus news about the team's biggest rival which should put a smile on the face of Green Bay fans. Enjoy!

Bryan Bulaga: 'I do know how good this team is and how close we are' |
There's no doubt that the Packers' continuity and Super Bowl aspirations kept Bulaga around just like they kept Randall Cobb in town.

Tolzien's deal includes $100K signing bonus |
In case you missed it, Scott Tolzien will earn up to $1.35 million this year, and just cashed in a $100k check the other day.

Trainer says NT B.J. Raji's strength post-surgery 'phenomenal' - JSOnline
Bring him back, Ted. Do it.

Brandon Marshall challenged to jersey number race -
These stories always make me laugh...a player with no career receptions wants to challenge the newest Jets receiver to a 40-yard dash to get his preferred number 15.

The Saints traded Jimmy Graham with the best of intentions -
Here's a look at some reasons why the Saints shipped off their tight end - and it all boils down to living without Drew Brees in the near future.

The MMQB roundtable: NFL free agency and trades | The MMQB with Peter King
As for the other side, here's former Packers beat writer Greg Bedard on John Schneider, the Seahawks' GM: "I can’t tell you how many deals he set up for Ted Thompson in Green Bay only to have Ted say no."

Bears not trading Jay Cutler, 'moving forward' with him as the starting QB -
Same old Jay. Time to celebrate, Packers fans!