On Thursday, Aaron Rodgers threw another interception in practice. Through six training camp practices, the Green Bay Packers' starting quarterback has thrown five picks, and though that might seem on its face to be cause for concern, Rodgers tried to get the media to "R-E-L-A-X" when discussing why they have taken place.
Meanwhile, the Packers are dealing with injuries at outside linebacker once again, while a key member of the secondary is trying to avoid nagging injury issues of his own with a creative preventative routine.
Enjoy this morning's curds, and head back here for practice updates in a few minutes.
Packers growing thin at outside linebacker | Packersnews.com
With Nick Perry sitting out yesterday along with Adrian Hubbard and Clay Matthews, plus Mike Neal still on the PUP list, it meant a heavy workload for Andy Mulumba and Jayrone Elliott.
Casey Hayward's hamstring routine nothing more than "precautionary thing" | JSOnline
Hayward has taken to rolling his hamstrings with a baseball to keep them stretched out and limber in an effort to avoid any further injuries like the ones he struggled through in 2013.
Aaron Rodgers challenging his receivers to make plays | Packers.com
Why has the Packers' quarterback thrown so many picks in camp so far? According to him, he's testing his young receivers, trying to "see how the guys respond" to 50/50 balls.
Don't associate botched play with Green Bay Packers' Ha Ha Clinton-Dix | ESPN.com
The second-year safety no longer dwells on the two-point conversion in the NFC title game. Instead, he has "washed (his) hands of it" and is earning praise for his ability and his range in camp.
Packers LB James Vaughters rocks on special teams | 247Sports
Here's some video from the linebackers' time at Stanford where he displays excellent ability all over on special teams.
Mexico to host five official NFL games | AS.com
NFL Mexico's director says that the league will hold one game per season in his country, starting in the 2017 or 2018 season.
Brandon Marshall says he was only Chicago Bears player to hold Jay Cutler liable | ESPN.com
This statement was made on "First Take" on Thursday, which means that it was probably the fourteenth-most-shocking thing said on the program yesterday.