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Cheese Curds, 6/1: Can the Packers keep making moves?

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The bulk of the offseason is over, but the Packers might still have some tricks up their sleeves.

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Though the Green Bay Packers’ roster is largely set, the tweaking never really stops. Perhaps more than his predecessor, Brian Gutekunst has shown a willingness to make moves no matter what date the calendar shows, shuffling his roster to find just the right fit or add just a little bit of value.

That willingness paid significant dividends last year when the Packers added Tyler Ervin and Jared Veldheer around midseason, providing much-needed juice to their punt return and offensive line.

The point is, just because the draft is over, free agency is a distant memory, and the actual start of the season is still on some vague, potentially far-off horizon, the Packers might still have some moves to make. You never know which seemingly small moves might shape the 2020 season in big ways.

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Well, everybody needs a hobby.