It’s well documented that Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson doesn’t utilize free agency to build the team. The rest of the league has taken notice.
Now that the dust has settled on the Green Bay Packers 38-31 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers we’re taking a look back with five more thoughts on the game.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will miss his seventh straight game. Who’s call was it to sit Rodgers? General manager Ted Thompson.
The Green Bay Packers have some personnel issues, mostly because they haven’t drafted well. So, was Ted Thompson’s success the product of his personnel execs?
Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson has a unique philosophy on backup quarterbacks — don’t think about Aaron Rodgers getting hurt. Good one.
Is Ted Thompson concerned about a Green Bay Packers offensive line that will feature a rookie left tackle and an undrafted free agent at right tackle? Nope.
You thought Mason Crosby or Giorgio Tavecchio would be the Green Bay Packers kicker this season? Well, Ted Thompson is still looking apparently.
Ted Thompson — the guy responsible for the Green Bay Packers divorce from Brett Favre — says he thinks it’s great the organization is trying to reconcile.
The Green Bay Packers shareholders meeting is always filled with guys patting each other on the back. This year was no different and Ted Thompson led the way.
Desmond Bishop is more motivated than he’s ever been after being released by the Green Bay Packers. Of course, he’s visiting the Minnesota Vikings first.
The Green Bay Packers appear to be paying less attention to guy’s off the field issues these days. That’s probably a necessity for a team trying to close the talent gap.
The Green Bay Packers are too soft. You know it, I know it and Ted Thompson and Mike McCarthy know it. That should tell you something about their draft strategy this year.
The Green Bay Packers are breathlessly searching for a defensive lineman. Fortunately, we’re here to help. Here are some guys who both fit the bill and can contribute.
Ted Thompson is a master drafter. Yeah, right. His results in the past two drafts have been pathetic. The Green Bay Packers need to reverse that trend to remain competitive.
Who will the Green Bay Packers choose in the first round of the 2013 draft? We look at what the experts have to say and preview the most-likely picks for the Packers.
Green Bay Packers president and CEO Mark Murphy loves him some Ted Thompson. He also doesn’t think there’s any talent gap than his club and the 49ers.
When it came time to do something about Jermichael Finley’s stupid contract, the Green Bay Packers did what they do best in the offseason — absolutely nothing.
The Green Bay Packers do nothing approach to free agency now makes total sense. The team is trying to pile up compensatory picks to draft gems like these.
Since the Green Bay Packers won’t be signing anyone of note during this free agency period, we decided to look at their all-time best free agent signings to cheer you up.
The Green Bay Packers had free agent defensive end Chris Canty in for a visit on Thursday and then sent him on his way, so another team can sign him while they hem and haw about what to do.