Morning Buzz: How different will the Packers' offense be?

Aaron Nagler
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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 Grab a strong cup of coffee and get caught up on everything you need to know about the Packers.

We’ll start with Tom Silverstein’s look at how Brian Gutekunst is using his 30 allotted pre-draft visits and how it differs from Ted Thompson’s approach.

From Tom:

Knowing he needs to hit it big with his first draft as Green Bay Packers general manager, Brian Gutekunst is gathering every bit of information he can on prospective picks.

Unlike his predecessor, Ted Thompson, Gutekunst isn’t reserving his allotted pre-draft visits for likely low-round selections and undrafted prospects. He is inviting college players who have a legitimate chance of being selected with the Packers’ 14th pick in the first round.

Under Thompson, the Packers only brought in top picks when there was an injury question and even then, it was rare. Thompson did not want anyone to know what players he liked and used the 30 visits mostly to recruit players who would be undrafted free agents.

Gutekunst could be throwing out fake signals with the players he’s bringing in, trying to make teams think he’s interested in one player when he’s really not. But given the higher-rated players he is bringing in, he seems to be doing his homework to make sure he makes the right pick at No. 14.

Pete Dougherty took a look at Mike McCarthy’s remaking of the offensive playbook:

You can vote for which fan photos end up on Packers game tickets:

Elsewhere, Jason Wilde writes on the state of the Aaron Rodgers contract negotiations:

Ben Fennell took a look at the play of Kevin King:

DLineVids breaks down a Clay Matthews pass-rush technique:

Warren Sharp looks at the Packers' use of their running backs in the passing game:

The Packers won’t be going to London this season, but their trip across the pond could be coming soon:

Mike Daniels is throwing out inspirational quotes:

The Packers' offseason program starts one week from today:

Rob Demovsky looks at the leadership void in Green Bay:

Some folks are trying to keep an OBJ trade possibility alive:

Don’t miss the return of The Hottest Take of the Week:

A throwback from Packerpedia:

Today is Curly Lambeau’s birthday:


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