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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for March 20, 2015

The former NFL Defensive Player of the Year was back in Wisconsin this week talking to the media.

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What Packers fan doesn't like Charles Woodson? The former Packers defensive back called Green Bay his home for seven seasons in between stints with the Oakland Raiders and quickly became one of the most beloved players in the team's recent history.

On Thursday, he was back in Wisconsin doing some interviews and talking about the Packers' overall success in 2014 and eventual heartbreak in Seattle. Check out some of his comments in the curds below, and enjoy the second day of the NCAA Tournament!

Packers shouldn't bring back Greg Jennings |
We tend to agree - Davante Adams has absolutely earned his status as the number 3 receiver, and any new addition would have to be comfortable being #4 on the depth chart.

The best in NFL free agency | JSOnline
Here's a nice list of the top free agents at each position and their new teams. There are still some decent linebackers available, and we still expect the Packers to bring one in at some point.

Charles Woodson applauds how Packers used Clay Matthews last season - Green Bay Packers Blog - ESPN
The former Packer great knows a thing or two about versatility, and he appreciates how his old defensive coordinator put the Packers' best linebacker to use in 2014.

Return engagement | ESPN Wisconsin
Woodson also said that after Julius Peppers signed with the Packers last offseason, he reached out to Green Bay to see if there was interest in bringing him back. Instead, he ended up re-signing in Oakland for another season.

How the Player Assessment Tool may save NFL teams from themselves -
The Wonderlic test may be a thing of the past, and that's probably a good thing. The new exam is designed to be a better judge of players abilities, intelligence, and attitudes, and several NFL teams are using the information already.