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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for April 21, 2015

As workouts begin, we fans look forward to tonight's schedule release to start determining road trips and hotel accommodations.

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On Monday, the media covering the Green Bay Packers got their first chance to speak to some of the team's players since the end of the season back in January. Not surprisingly, veterans like Mike Daniels, Randall Cobb, and a few others were available to give their thoughts on how the season wrapped up and how they are looking forward to getting back to work.

As far as the 2015 season goes, the NFL will announce the regular season schedule at 7 PM Central time tonight, and we'll have coverage of that when it is released. Pull up those flight and hotel websites at about 6:55 if you're coming in from out of town!

On to the curds.

Green Bay Packers' players have incentive to work out - Green Bay Packers Blog - ESPN
As always, the Packers are right near the top of the league in workout bonuses - this year they're paying almost $5 million.

Cobb says no talk of Seattle in Packers locker room |
According to the recently re-signed receiver, the message from coach Mike McCarthy was apparently the same as it always is - in short, let's just go win a Super Bowl.

Mike Daniels not fretting over contract into 2015 | JSOnline
If you read the article on Daniels' workout regimen yesterday, it should not be a surprise that his focus is squarely on football rather than on business.

Daniels excited about return of Raji, Guion |
What Daniels IS concerned about is having the veteran tackles back for another year, as he says he's happy to have them back in the locker room for 2015.

Top 15 games of 2015: Must-see matchups in the coming season -
The Packers have three games on the list - the rematches of their playoff games come in at #2 (Seattle) and #3 (Dallas), but the Super Bowl I rematch against the Chiefs is mentioned as well.

Aaron Rodgers tweets the hottest take about free range chickens | For The Win
Is QB12 just quoting Jack Handey, or are these deep thoughts his own?