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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for July 27, 2015

As training camp approaches, the O-line looks for a repeat performance in 2015.

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The Green Bay Packers finally begin their 2015 Training Camp this Wednesday, as players report for physicals before the first practice on Thursday. Of course, the week really kicks off on Tuesday for shareholders, as the team will hold its annual meeting tomorrow morning at Lambeau Field.

We're in final training camp prep mode here at APC, as are the other Packers media outlets. The last few previews of the roster are trickling out, as we open up this week's coverage with a look at two key positions.

Packers preparing for Tuesday's annual meeting of shareholders |
You have one more day to make your final preparations. The meeting starts at 11 AM, but there is some bad weather in the forecast.

Front five poised to make its bid for immortality |
The Packers' offensive line was nothing short of elite in 2014. Now the challenge becomes sustaining the success they found a year ago and staying healthy once again.

Packers defense will look to capitalize on Clay Matthews' versatility |
Much has been made about Matthew's role inside this year, and rightfully so. After sparking a resurgent run defense last year, we're all eagerly waiting to find out how he'll be used this season.

The NFL 100 Rankings: Part 2 — Who Is Football’s No. 1 Player? | Grantland
Yep, it's Aaron Rodgers. One surprise, though, is that Eddie Lacy is nowhere to be found on this list.

Mike Holmgren had interest in 49ers' coaching job -
Interesting - the former Packers coach reached out to San Francisco after they parted ways with Jim Harbaugh, but was shot down, as the team told him they were "going with a younger guy." That guy is Jim Tomsula, who, like Holmgren when he was hired in Green Bay, has virtually no head coaching experience (only a brief stint as interim head coach in 2010).

Jermaine Gresham signs 1-year deal with Cardinals -
Well so much for that idea.

Congratulations, fellow Badgers - we're off the scale.