The contrast between how Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson and Seattle Seahawks GM John Schneider build a roster is stark. One team is regressing while the other is ascending. We break it down.
Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson is at the Senior Bowl and got cornered for a couple interviews, where he discussed the possibility of adding a free agent or two.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Green Bay Packers are one of the youngest teams in the league again. You shouldn’t be surprised because it’s par for the course, although something doesn’t quite add up.
Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson was named the NFL executive of the year by the Sporting News. He was chosen for the award by 32 NFL coaches and executives.
Awkward silence, anyone? The 2011 NFL lockout may be in full swing, but that didn’t stop Green Bay Packers players and brass from spending five days on a bus together this week for the annual Packers Tailgate Tour across Upper Michigan and Wisconsin. According to The Associated Press, coach Mike McCarthy, general manager Ted Thompson and several other staff members saw the bus off Tuesday.
The only thing that’s certain when Ted Thompson is at the helm of the Green Bay Packers draft is uncertainty. Thompson is rarely predictable, but looking at the statistics, some patterns do emerge. For example, Thompson likes drafting wide receivers. In his six drafts as general manager, Thompson has chosen eight receivers, the most of […]
Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson thinks everyone trying to figure out who the team will choose in the NFL Draft is an idiot. Thompson told Peter King he doesn’t think analysts know what they’re talking about. “There’s a lot of interest in the draft. It’s great. But quite frankly, most of the people […]
There’s speculation Johnny Jolly’s second arrest for codeine possession, which put his NFL career in serious jeopardy, will force the Green Bay Packers to reevaluate re-signing defensive end Cullen Jenkins. Jenkins, who had seven sacks in 11 games in 2010, will be one of the most sought-after defensive free agents whenever free agency begins.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy said he planned to give both general manager Ted Thompson and coach Mike McCarthy contract extensions, after Super Bowl XLV.
Well, it turns out, he already gave Thompson an extension in December.