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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for June 15, 2015

A good time was had by all on Sunday at Fox Cities Stadium.

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Ah, the middle of June. It's a time for us Packers fans to dig and scrape for every last bit of news on our team that we can find. This weekend, the big event involving the team was Jordy Nelson's charity softball game, which gave more than 40 Packers an opportunity to show off their skills on the diamond instead of the gridiron.

Tight end Richard Rodgers won the Home Run Derby and the defense "won" the game 29-19. If you're wondering why I used quotes there, hit the first curd below and read on to find out.

This week, the Packers open up mandatory minicamp, as the players will take the field for practice on Tuesday. Click here for the full offseason schedule, and enjoy your Monday.

Packers put on a show at Fox Cities Stadium |
And nobody got hurt. We repeat, nobody got hurt during the Jordy Nelson Softball Game.

Kuhn welcomes challenge from Packers rookie Ripkowski | JSOnline
If John Kuhn is worried about his job with Aaron Ripkowski in town, he's not showing it; in fact, he's relishing the chance to have some competition for the first time in several years.

B.J. Raji may be avoiding 'Brown out' |
That's Brown as in Gilbert Brown, who of course saw his production slip as his weight increased. Raji is determined not to follow the same career path.

Aaron Rodgers to miss Brett Favre's Green Bay Packers HOF induction | ESPN
Please don't make a big deal out of this...Rodgers plays in the American Century Classic golf tournament every year, and it happens to be going on the same week as Favre's ceremony.

Mike Flanagan cherished every moment |
One of the starters on the Packers' impressive 2003 offensive line, Flanagan relives his playing days in Green Bay and jokes about the 2001 season when he "didn't get caught" for a holding penalty.

This is how the Patriots dynasty will crumble -
New England is facing serious salary cap trouble next offseason unless something changes quickly.

Dez Bryant: 'Legit' chance of skipping game action -
We'll see when the possibility of losing a game check of over $750k is on the table. I'm skeptical that he actually chooses to skip a regular season game.