NFC North Daily: Hot Breakfast Links for June 21
We're over the hump and heading for the weekend here on the NFC North blog. Next week I will leave you in the capable hands of the rest of the staff as I sneak in a trip to California before training camp, so we've just one more links piece between now and July!
Let's make the most of it—it's almost All-Harvin, all the time, except for when it's Peterson, we've got discussion of who improved where in the NFC North, some high expectations for the Lions, and a breakout player for the Packers.
All for your morning news intake!
Let's start the day off with a morning Percy Harvin update from Kevin Seifert.
Harvin said money wasn't the issue on Twitter, according to Judd Zulgad.
In non-Harvin news (and positive news in general) Adrian Peterson is moving well in minicamp according to the Star Tribune's Craig Malveaux.
Seifert also went around the NFC North to discuss the biggest improvements with each team.
Lester Wiltfong discusses Pete Prisco's underrated and overrated players on the Bears, as well as adding some of his own.
Josh Slagter reports that at least two ESPN analysts are high on the Lions and think they could sneak into the Super Bowl this year.
The Lions made the playoffs for the first time in a long time last year, and would love another opportunity to get a playoff win under thier belts. However, Anwar Richardson says GM Martin Mayhew has his sites set higher than that.
Green Bay Packers
Rob Demovsky has a chat today at 11am CST, so drop by and pepper him with questions.
Brian Carriveau will give you five reasons second-year player Randall Cobb will break out in 2012.
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