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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for May 19, 2015

The NFL is expected to review three sets of changes to the PAT rules today.

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Welcome to Tuesday, Green Bay Packers fans. This Tuesday is a rather unique one on the NFL calendar, as it falls in the middle of the NFL's Spring Meetings, which are taking place in San Francisco.

The biggest news expected to come out of the Meetings this year revolve around the proposals to change the rules governing extra points. With a few new sets of rules on the table, it seems likely that we will see more two-point conversion attempts in the NFL in 2015 and beyond.

In addition to that topic, we find a few bits of news about Packers running back Eddie Lacy, who is without a doubt one of the best running backs in the NFL. See just how much he is valued in one of the curds below.

NFL to weigh new PAT procedures at owners' meeting -
All three new proposals involve moving the PAT kick back to the 15-yard line instead of the two, with some slight additional differences between the three.

Hurrumph. The NFL shouldn't mess with the extra point | AllGBP.Com
And here's a counter-argument against changing the rules. Hey, I didn't get a harrumph out of that guy...


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Packers' roster skews young, again |
This should come as no surprise, as the Packers routinely fill up the back end of their roster with rookie free agents. This year, the average age going into OTAs is 24.5 years.

Undrafted receiver Adrian Coxson has hands of faith | JSOnline
Coxson started out at Florida, but family tragedy brought him home to Maryland and drives him to make the most of his NFL dream.

Green Bay Packers' Eddie Lacy tops ESPN fantasy rankings |
Tops as in the top player overall at this point. After adding more receiving production to his game a year ago, he is one of the most versatile and balanced running backs in the NFL, and he was remarkably consistent as a fantasy player over the second half of last season.

Packers RB Eddie Lacy Humorously Rides a Child's Tricycle |
Lacy gets an assist from a little girl - apparently it's difficult to ride a tiny tricycle when you're over 230 pounds.