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Cheese Curds, 3/27: NFL League Meetings will decide Raiders' fate and future of instant replay

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While the NFL prepares to approve another relocation, the family of one Green Bay Packer is mourning the loss of the man who started it all.

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The NFL's annual league meeting is underway, which means that in the coming days fans will finally learn about any decisions that are made regarding the rules of play of pro football for the 2017 season. Meanwhile, the league is voting on a team's relocation for the third time in a little over a year, as the Raiders appear on track to head out of Oakland after this season.

As the league's big decision-makers gather in Arizona, we continue to look forward to the NFL Draft at the end of next month. In today's curds, we look at a Wisconsin product who has some remarkable similarities to a certain long-haired Green Bay Packers linebacker - and this time we're not talking about T.J. Watt.

Proposed NFL rule changes could have a big impact on the field - SBNation.com
Here's a thorough rundown of the changes proposed at the NFL's league meetings this week, which include centralizing instant replay (good), hiring full-time referees (probably good), and many more that are not so good.

NFL meetings: Las Vegas Raiders, replay review, OT | The MMQB with Peter King
The meetings are underway, with the vote on the Raiders' proposed move to Las Vegas coming on Monday and voting on those rule change proposals from the Competition Committee and the teams coming Wednesday.

PFF scouting report: Vince Biegel, LB, Wisconsin | PFF
Biegel is described as "very undersized" and PFF thinks he might move to inside linebacker, but don't sleep on his pass-rush ability. After all, check out these remarkable similarities to a certain All-Pro pass-rusher.

Football family patriarch Clay Matthews Sr. dies at 88 - NFL.com
Speaking of Clay Matthews, his grandfather passed away on Friday, leaving behind a remarkable legacy of football players in his family tree.

There's still a place for returners in today's NFL | Packers.com
For one reason or another, the Packers have developed several mid-round offensive linemen into solid - if not elite - starters, and that topic is discussed in Wes Hodkiewicz's mailbag.

Mark Murphy 'pleased' with Packers' moves | Packersnews.com
The head honcho is happy to see that Ted Thompson has addressed some roster holes via free agency, despite the team letting several key players walk away this spring.

Tom Brady’s Stolen Jersey Is Nothing New: Why Daryl Johnston Wore a Packers’ Helmet - 5 Points Blue
This is hilarious - apparently the Cowboys fullback had to wear one of Brett Favre's helmets at the Pro Bowl in 1994 after his was stolen.