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Cheese Curds: Green Bay Packers News and Links for July 8, 2015

It's an all-quarterbacks edition of cheese curds, focusing heavily on Brett Favre's radio interview on Tuesday.

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On Tuesday, Brett Favre joined ESPN Wisconsin's "Green and Gold Today" radio show to discuss the events of the past several years and his career with the Green Bay Packers. As one might expect, discussions about the interview are dominating the Packers media channels this morning, and we'll break these down for you in today's curds.

Aside from Favre news, Packers quarterbacks new and old are also being discussed, and this edition of curds turned out to be 100% quarterback-focused. Enjoy!

Favre: Aaron Rodgers and I 'get along fine' | ESPN Wisconsin
The Gunslinger says that he felt no animosity towards Rodgers in the summer of 2008 and that he recognized #12's "tremendous potential."

Brett Favre is ready to rekindle relationship with Packers |
Favre acknowledges that he had a major role in the split with the team, and says that he should not have announced his retirement before he was absolutely sure about the decision.

Brett Favre to 'wing it' in Green Bay Packers' Hall of Fame speech |
Favre recognizes that one of his best strengths on the field was his ability to improvise; it seems he hopes that it will translate off the field when he gives his acceptance speech in a few days.

Countdown to camp: Multiple backup QBs looking for reps |
We made our predictions on quarterbacks on Monday, and we think Matt Blanchard could very well be auditioning for another team during the preseason.

The NFL's best players by uniform number: 00–49 - NFL -
Two of the Packers' three legendary quarterbacks are listed here, and Aaron Rodgers comes up short to Tom Brady again. However, this is a list looking at career achievements, not the best players in 2015, so that seems completely legitimate in this case.

Paying quarterbacks big can make winning in the NFL hard -
Perhaps the biggest takeaway of this list is that Rodgers has just the fourth-biggest cap hit of any quarterback in 2015, which is a testament to the fact that the Packers' contract structure for their top players helps them stay competitive.