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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for June 26, 2015

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One Packer lineman was intimidated by the MVP quarterback lining up behind him for a while, but now has found a comfort level with the signal-caller.

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Say you're a rookie fourth-round pick, and you've just been inserted into the starting lineup in training camp to block for a quarterback who has both league MVP and Super Bowl MVP awards at home. Would you feel intimidated David Bakhtiari did during his rookie year of 2013, as he told NFL.com.

That's one of our links in the final cheese curds of this week. We've also got the date and time to set your DVRs for another Packer game show appearance and more.

Eddie Lacy to appear Sunday on 'Celebrity Family Feud' | Packers.com
We brought you the news of his appearance on the show a little while back, and now we know when it will air - this Sunday at 7 PM Central on ABC.

A leap of their own | JSOnline
The players for the Green Bay Blizzard, the Indoor Football League team, don't get anywhere near the attention nor publicity of their NFL brethren from the Packers. Some keep on playing for the love of the game, some because they might get into trouble elsewhere, and some simply because they have a family to support.

Is Richard Rodgers Better for the Packers than Jermichael Finley? | Cheesehead TV
This is an interesting idea, and accounts for the fact that Finley was used more as a receiver than a tight end as well as Rodgers having better hands.

David Bakhtiari no longer fears talking to Aaron Rodgers - NFL.com
During his rookie year, Bakhtiari didn't talk to his quarterback unless first spoken to. That has changed as the left tackle enters his third year.

Eagles will sign recently unretired John Moffitt, per report - SBNation.com
Maybe former Packer Allen Barbre will have some competition after all, as the former Badger comes to Philly out of retirement.

NFLPA files complaint against Pats over Butler penalty - NFL.com
This should come as no surprise - the argument here is that the Patriots keeping Malcolm Butler off the field for OTAs as a result of a cancelled flight should be deemed "punishment" and is therefore in violation of the CBA.