There are just three more days until Brett Favre is inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame, a ceremony which will draw nearly 70,000 fans into the seating bowl at Lambeau Field and countless more eyes watching online and on television. As the hours click down, today's cheese curds take a look back at Favre's career and at the Hall of Fame's evolution over the years.
Also in today's curds, the Packers' current quarterback is apparently a lookalike for a successful pop singer, while we have all the NFL rumors that you could possibly imagine covered.
Packers Hall of Fame seeks new ways to tell Packers' story | Packersnews.com
The Hall is considering doing something that it never has before - seeking out specific items to purchase to add to the collection of artifacts on display and in reserve.
Brett Favre remembered as a great teammate | JSOnline
For anyone who watched #4's career, this should come as no surprise. Yes, he was a little brash and took too many chances with the football at times, but his love for the game rubbed off on his teammates and his leadership qualities were heavily influenced by his father.
Brett Favre's best Green Bay Packers moments: Breaking the TD mark - Green Bay Packers Blog - ESPN
Quick: who can name the opponent and the player who caught Favre's 421st touchdown?
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers Mistaken for Justin Timberlake | 247 Sports
Wow, that picture of Rodgers at the top of this article REALLY DOES look like Timberlake!
Five Bold Predictions for the 2015 Packers | Cheesehead TV
Rodgers hitting 50 TD passes? A good return unit? These are pretty bold.
Who is building the next NFL dynasty? - SBNation.com
Yes, the Packers are absolutely in the discussion as one of the teams poised for continued success. And let's face it, they have had continued success all throughout Aaron Rodgers' tenure as the starting quarterback.
Generate your own ridiculous NFL offseason rumor - SBNation.com
No Mike Florio, no problem. You can make your own NFL rumor with SB Nation's help. For example: "50/50 chance the St. Louis Rams wind up in Berlin by 2019, according to league officials."