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

Former Packers discuss their tenure in Green Bay, while a current player takes a beat writer through his workout.

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Every NFL player has his own way of motivating himself, his own style of workout to get ready for the season. Green Bay Packers defensive tackle Mike Daniels, as you'll shortly read, has one of the most intense workout regimens that you will find.

As of today, Daniels can resume workout out in the Packers' facility, as the offseason program begins today. However, he has spent his entire offseason in the area, focusing on football and helping his team get back to the Super Bowl.

In addition to this great story on Daniels, we have interviews from three former Packers, two of whom participated on last week's Tailgate Tour, discussing their fond memories of Green Bay and of Wisconsin in general.

Packers' Mike Daniels endures brutal workouts to keep edge | JSOnline
Every time we get a deeper look at who Mike Daniels is and how he prepares for football, we love him a little more. He's "out there to beat the hell out of somebody - flat can I make your life suck for these three hours?"

Robert Brooks: No penalties for Lambeau Leaps |
The Packer great sits down to discuss his injuries, touchdown celebrations, and much more.

Ex-Packers Gilbert Brown, Antonio Freeman still treated like celebrities in Green Bay | FOX Sports
The Tailgate Tour has wrapped up, but here are some comments from a pair of Packers greats who appreciate the warm welcome that they always receive when coming back to their football home.

Packers' GM-coach structure the proven path |
Here's a look at how the Packers have found sustained success by dividing up the duties of GM and head coach along clearly defined lines.

Eagles will reportedly sign Tim Tebow -
Good luck with that, Chip Kelly.