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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers news and links for May 13, 2015

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10 days have passed since the 2015 NFL Draft concluded, and NFL rookies have been spending that time working hard on studying playbooks and getting acclimated to their new lives as professionals. One such player for the Green Bay Packers is Jake Ryan, who despite the pressure placed on him by the position he will play in the NFL and the Packers' lack of depth there is not feeling the pressure to do too much too early.

Along with a look at Ryan, we find today some news regarding the Packers Hall of Fame induction ceremony for Brett Favre, while his successor took to the set of Jeopardy! to try to outsmart an astronaut and a TV personality.

Check out those stories and more in today's curds.

In-stadium viewing of Favre's HoF induction sells out | ESPN Wisconsin
It was only a matter of hours for the entire bowl to be filled up for Brett Favre's Packers Hall of Fame induction. If you want tickets now and don't yet have them, it's time to head to the secondary market.

Pre-draft visits sell prospects on Packers |
The Packers drafted two players who visited Green Bay prior to the draft (Aaron Ripkowski and Kennard Backman) and signed at least five more as undrafted free agents.

Jake Ryan starting from square one |
Don't expect the fourth-round pick to feel the weight of the expectations placed on him by the fans: "You can't feel the pressure, you have to go in every single day, work as hard as you can."

PFF's Top 101 of 2014: 80 to 71 |
Starting right guard T.J. Lang cracks PFF's top 101 for the first time, as he was the third-highest-graded guard in the league last season.

Ted Thompson and the "Moneyball" Approach to Roster Management | AllGBP.Com
Here's a look at several of the Packers' free agents who have signed with other teams during Thompson's tenure, showing that Ted rarely lets a player leave who actually lives up to the contract he gets on the open market.

Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers shows cerebral side in "Celebrity Jeopardy" | FOX Sports
We won't share with you how he did here in case you have it DVR'd and don't want to ruin the surprise. Just don't click through here and stay out of the Fanshots if you want to avoid spoilers.