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Cheese Curds, 12/8: Jamaal Williams leads Packers on the ground & the dance floor

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The rookie back has some slick feet, and it's not just his running that has garnered attention recently.

NFL: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Green Bay Packers Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Jamaal Williams is the third running back to start for the Green Bay Packers. However, he is almost certainly number one among that group in terms of having an outgoing, excitable personality.

Williams has been making a huge impact on the field these last few weeks, having taken over the starting job following injuries to Ty Montgomery and Aaron Jones. He has provided a consistent rushing threat as the Packers try to develop an offense with Brett Hundley at quarterback, and Williams earned a significant league-wide honor for his performance in the team's most recent game.

Check out a few items on Williams in today's Curds.

Kenny Clark is going to be a good pass rusher | Packers.com

Those are the words of defensive line coach Mike Trgovac, who praised Clark for his big two-sack game last Sunday.

Dancing dude brings playful personality to Packers | Packersnews.com

The guy in question is Jamaal Williams, who has brought some swagger and some entertaining moves to the offense. Williams is quickly become a favorite in the locker room and with the fan base.

Jamaal Williams named FedEx Ground player of the week | Packers Wire

Congrats to Williams, who earned the award for the first time. His 113 yards on the ground plus his touchdown made him a great candidate even despite the fact that his teammate Aaron Jones provided the biggest highlight.

Packers' Kevin King to undergo shoulder surgery | ESPN.com

That's obviously the reason King landed on injured reserve. Joe Whitt says that King had been limited by the injury all season, however, and promises that fans will like what they see from him when he is fully healthy next season.

4 things we learned from the Falcons' comeback win over the Saints | SB Nation

Atlanta fought back from being down 17-10 to win 20-17, and it's clear that the Saints offense will struggle if Alvin Kamara is unavailable.