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Cheese curds: Green Bay Packers news and links for July 14, 2015

Could the Packers play the Jaguars in London? Reports indicate that an official announcement could be coming soon.

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It's Tuesday, which means we're one day closer to Brett Favre's big day. However, Favre isn't the only big thing coming down the pipeline as far as the Green Bay Packers are concerned. A future matchup in a foreign country appears close to becoming official while Green Bay's star running back is flying up fantasy draft boards.

Without further delay, here are the cheese curds.

Jaguars expected to extend UK deal, play Packers in London | Sporting News

The Packers were going to play a game in London eventually. However, fans of the green and gold don't need to worry about losing a home game. The Jaguars will "host" Green Bay at Wembley Stadium.

QBs fall, RBs rise in latest fantasy football mock draft |

In the eyes of the experts, Eddie Lacy is creeping further and further up the fantasy rankings. In this latest mock, the Packers' battering ram comes off the board second overall, one pick after Adrian Peterson.

Green Bay Packers Top 90 Players of 2015 countdown: No. 1-20 | 247 Sports

Somehow, Aaron Rodgers wasn't No. 1.*

C.J. Wilson out of hospital, in good spirits after fireworks accident | ESPN

It's great to hear that Buccaneers cornerback C.J. Wilson is on the path to recovery after a fireworks mishap cost him two of his fingers. Still, as a reminder, leave explosives to the professionals.

Are they worth Megatron money? | Sports on Earth

By now, most of you have heard about Dez Bryant's threats to skip training camp, the preseason and even regular season games if he doesn't receive a long-term extension. This comes amid an NFLPA investigation that the Cowboys have colluded with the Broncos to keep the cost down for their star receivers. While the teams aren't going to meet Bryant and Demaryius Thomas' demands (read: Calvin Johnson money), the receivers are still going to cost plenty of cash.

(* I may have lied to see who made sure to check the stories and who didn't)

Jason B. Hirschhorn covers the Green Bay Packers for Acme Packing Company. He also serves as an SB Nation newsdesk contributor and NFL writer for Sports on Earth.