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Packersnews.com's Aaron Nagler takes questions from the fans and preview the Atlanta Falcons matchup on Sept. 14. Aaron Nagler/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin

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Welcome to your Morning Buzz, rounding up news and views regarding the Green Bay Packers from around the web and here at PackersNews.com. Grab a strong cup of coffee and get caught up on everything you need to know about the Packers.

We’ll start with Ryan Wood’s look at the play of Kentrell Brice and how he’s become the enforcer in the Packers defensive backfield.

 

From Ryan:

Reckless abandon fuels each collision, a disregard for his safety as much as the poor soul he’s about to flatten. As Kentrell Brice approaches his target, he calculates angles and simultaneously clears his mind.

He knows this will hurt. It usually hurts. He just doesn’t care.

“You don’t think,” Brice said. “You just hit.”

Brice is a walking conundrum in a safety-wrapped sport. The NFL, reacting to concussion concerns, clamped down on head hunters in the past decade. New rules restrict violence the league once glorified, shrinking windows for legal blows. Big hits are supposed to be nearing extinction.

Somebody forgot to tell Brice.

Things aren’t looking good for Bryan Bulaga’s chances of playing Sunday night:

Great look at the gunners on punt coverage from Michael Cohen:

Fantastic stuff from Rich Ryman on the bond of Packers fandom:

Tom Silverstein leads Packers Notes with Davante Adams being healthy this time around for the Packers’ trip to Atlanta:

Elsewhere, the Packers officially open up the Titletown District today:

Mike Daniels pretty much is an anime character at this point:

Move the Sticks has their game preview:

Could it be that Falcons fans are nervous about Sunday night’s big matchup?

Rob Demovsky writes on how Ty Montgomery may emulate James White during the Super Bowl:

Davon House will get another crack at Julio Jones:

Jason Wilde writes on the health issues at offensive tackle:

Aaron Rodgers is close to setting a pretty incredible record:

Burgers vs brats? No contest.

 

 

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