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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for June 29, 2015

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Aaron Rodgers shows off his sweet ninja skills.

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The Green Bay Packers' month off is well underway at this point, and with that downtime comes one of the few opportunities that the players have to relax somewhat and get a little bit of time away from football. As you might expect, they do so in drastically different ways, however; some spend extra time with family, some working out heavily, and others working on becoming a ninja.

I'm a little bit serious on that last one. Just read on and you'll see what I mean.

Packers still mindful of workouts in quiet time until camp | JSOnline.com
Though he'll still be staying in shape, Mike Daniels is focusing some extra attention on his family over the next month, because when training camp starts he'll be "going 110 miles an hour."

Aaron Rodgers is practicing his sword fighting skills during the NFL offseason - SBNation.com
Apparently he's helping girlfriend Olivia Munn prepare for the next X-Men movie.

Randall Cobb, Jordy Nelson clutching tightly to leadership role with Green Bay Packers | FOX Sports
The two star wideouts have been mentoring their young teammates in different ways. Cobb has done so on the field, reminding them of their assignments, while Nelson has been like another coach on the sidelines, carrying a play sheet and answering any questions the young guys may have.

The Superstar Club 2015: Who arrives? Who leaves? - NFL.com
Apparently Randall Cobb now qualifies as a "superstar," whatever that means. Look out, slot corners.

Jayrone Elliott wants to be special teams Pro Bowler for Packers | Packersnews.com
No, he's not aiming for the Pro Bowl at outside linebacker - if anything, he seems to recognize that the challenge of breaking into the lineup with four veterans ahead of him on the depth chart is great.

Packers gave Sean Jones best opportunity for a ring | Packers.com
These "Alumni Spotlight" interviews are great, and this one is no different. Jones arrived in Green Bay in 1994 looking for a Super Bowl, and retired shortly after he got it, missing just one game in his three years with the Packers.