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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for June 10, 2015

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Get ready for today's OTA practice by reading through some interviews with Aaron Rodgers.

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If you're in the Green Bay area, I hope you're not working today. After all, the Packers take the field for another open practice today at 11:30 AM on Clarke Hinkle Field. Today's practice will be the final open session of Organized Team Activities, as the squad has its mandatory minicamp next week.

While you're coming up with an excuse to get out of work, make sure you read through today's curds. The reigning NFL MVP sat down with a few of the team's beat writers on Tuesday and shared his thoughts on numerous topics. Of course, at the forefront of his mind is getting a second Super Bowl ring to go with the one earned in Super Bowl XLV.

If you're not able to attend today's practice, keep it here at APC, as we'll have a practice thread and updates for you throughout the day.

Q&A - Hungry feeling remains for Aaron Rodgers | JSOnline
Rodgers discusses his new playcaller, the disappointment of falling short of the Super Bowl, "New York Bozo", a budding star among his receiving corps, and much more.

Time is now(ish) for Packers, Aaron Rodgers to make another Super Bowl | ESPN
Well, yeah, if any one of five different plays goes slightly differently, the Packers are there in Arizona matching up with New England. With the core of the offense intact and a young defense with loads of potential, it's time to get another ring.

'I'd like to be playing better' | ESPN Wisconsin
That was Scott Tolzien's response when asked if he was happy with his play through two weeks of OTAs, even though he had just driven the offense down the field for a touchdown in a two-minute drill.

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix is out to prove himself | Packers.com
With his up and down rookie season in the rear-view mirror, the Packers' free safety is hoping to build on his numbers from a year ago and continue his quick ascent.

Nate Palmer comfortable with switch to inside linebacker | Packersnews.com
It should not be a big surprise that he's picking up the "new" position well. It turns out it's not really new at all - he played linebacker at Illinois before he transferred to Illinois State and moved to defensive end.

Tony Romo's fantasy football event was canceled because the NFL is vindictive and boring - SBNation.com
This is the NFL PROTECTING THE SHIELD AT ALL COSTS. Either that, or they realized that somebody else was about to execute on a good idea before they did.