clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Cheese Curds, 6/20: Packers' Tailgate Tour continues, #3 QB battle should be one to watch

Are you #TeamWilliams or #TeamCallahan?

If you buy something from an SB Nation link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement.

Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

One of the most entertaining parts of the Green Bay Packers' offseason is underway. The Green Bay Packers embarked on their annual Tailgate Tour on Friday, and since then have made several stops in cities around Wisconsin. The tour continues for another couple of days early this week, and one of the stops is the focus of one of today's cheese curds.

While the handful of players and Packers alumni participating on the Tour are hanging out with fans, the rest of the team is shoring up their knowledge of the team's scheme and playbook. That might be most critical for the pair of players involved in a battle for the third quarterback job behind Aaron Rodgers and Brett Hundley. For these two rookie signal-callers, they will need to show early on in training camp that they can absorb the Packers' complex offense and are ready to take over in the event that the 2013 season repeats itself.

Check out that and much more in today's curds.

Luke Getsy's star is rising with the Packers |
Fun fact - the current Packers wide receivers coach threw a touchdown to a receiver named James Jones in a college all-star game in January 2007.

4 Downs: Sizing up Packers' No. 3 QB battle |
I have to agree with Pete Dougherty here based on one practice's worth of drills - Marquise Williams looks like he has a leg up on Joe Callahan for the third-string job.

Packers players embrace opportunity to pay it forward |
The Packers' Tailgate Tour made several stops throughout Wisconsin this week, and one of those stops was at the YMCA in Oshkosh, where they met with local kids and played games for much of the afternoon.

T.J. Lang, Jeff Janis share warm memories of their fathers - ESPN
Father's Day brings many happy memories for most people, but for these two Packers it's more of a bittersweet day.

It’s baby season in the NFL -
As part of Father's Day weekend, our mothership took a look at how the rate of childbirth for NFL players and their partners spikes during the offseason.