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Welcome to your Memorial Day edition of Morning Buzz, rounding up news and views regarding the Green Bay Packers and the NFL 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 Matt Velazquez’ look at the long road Aaron Rodgers took to buying into the Milwaukee Bucks ownership group.

From Matt:

It was a move that united some of the largest brands in the state and made Rodgers the first active NFL player to become an NBA owner.

While it was a surprise at the time, it was actually many months in the making. Following Tuesday's practice in Green Bay, Rodgers spoke with reporters about how he got in with the Bucks as well as how he feels about the hiring of new Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer.

"It’s actually been almost a year now in the making," Rodgers said. "We wanted to announce it at the beginning of the season but I was in California dealing with the post-surgery blues, so I didn’t have a chance to make it out to the first game, so we decided to push that back a little bit into the offseason.

While he is close with Edens, Lasry and fellow majority owner Jamie Dinan, Rodgers isn't on equal footing with that trio when it comes to ownership of the Bucks. According to the team, Rodgers is a "limited partner."

The Packers made several moves in their personnel group:

I looked at the role Marcedes Lewis will play in the Packers offense on my latest podcast:

I also chatted with readers via Facebook Live on Friday afternoon:

Elsewhere, Jason Wilde writes on the remaking of the Packers' offensive playbook:

The Adrian Peterson noise is buzzing again. Zach Jacobson reminds everyone why he’s not a fit in Green Bay:

KDG has an offseason watch list:

The Packers sound confident in Justin McCray:

Aaron Rodgers is looking at a huge payday:

Rodgers took in the Indy 500 this weekend:

NFL Network talked about all the latest on the Rodgers contract front:

Peter King takes a look back for Sports Illustrated:

Interesting look back at when Mike McCarthy was hired:

Take a look back at Brett Favre’s Top 10 moments:

Have to think this is one of them:

The Linsley’s are participating in a fundraiser for CASA:

James Jones is going into the San Jose State Hall of Fame:

NBC26 took Brett Hundley fishing:

 





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