Green Bay Packers quarterbacks, both old and new, are at the forefront of today's Cheese Curds. While we have a little more insight into what makes rookie fifth-round pick Brett Hundley tick, we also find out about some great Brett Favre stories from his oldest daughter, who has gone through some tough times herself and emerged as a successful person.
Sprinkled in among those pieces, we also have more player and coach interviews from OTAs, as well as a statistical breakdown of Aaron Rodgers' excellent ability to avoid interceptions.
'Antsy' Tim Masthay gets back to work | ESPN Wisconsin
The Ginger Wolverine had a brutal second half of the 2014 season, barely averaging 40 yards per punt and coming in at fewer than 32 net yards. According to Ron Zook, though, Masthay and rookie Cody Mandell are "kicking the snot out of the ball right now."
Cornerbacks coach Joe Whitt Jr. tackles challenge with tough love | JSOnline
Quotes like this make me happy that Whitt coaches in Green Bay: "The room will not be a room of comfort because you're going to do it a certain way until we get it right."
Brett Hundley quickly learning Packers' offense | Packersnews.com
We at APC almost feel guilty taking up 15 minutes of the young quarterback's time a while back and keeping him away from his playbook.
Green Bay Packers got good value in Ha Ha Clinton-Dix draft pick | ESPN
According to one NFL "re-draft" for 2014, Ha Ha was valued as the 15th-best player overall.
The Interceptable Passes Project | Pre Snap Reads
Aaron Rodgers is, not surprisingly, one of the most accurate passers in the NFL. In fact, only seven quarterbacks had fewer "interceptable" passes than Rodgers in 2014, and only two had a better rate of throwing those passes last season.
Brittany Favre-Mallion, Daughter of a QB Legend, Creates Her Own Greatness | Bleacher Report
There are some fascinating tidbits in this interview about what it's like to be the daughter of a star athlete, and some unique items about Brett Favre himself.
Emmanuel Sanders, Randall Cobb top the best No. 2 receivers of the 2015 NFL season - SBNation.com
If you ask me, the tiers should look slightly different, but this is about right. And as for Sanders, yes, he's great...but I don't think I would want any of these other names suiting up for the Packers over Cobb.