The Green Bay Packers' new general manager, Brian Gutekunst, said the right things during his introductory press conference. That included - get this - he will actually use free agency!
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy has consolidated power. Everyone of import with the organization will now report to him. Plus, Eliot Wolf appears to be gone.
What do we really know about new Green Bay Packers' general manager Brian Gutekunst? Not much, but he's certainly well respected in NFL circles. Will Mike McCarthy fall in line?
Brian Gutekunst will be the Green Bay Packers' general manager, replacing Ted Thompson. We like the move and so do a lot of other people. Here's a look at the new man in charge.
The Green Bay Packers have a new general manager. He is Brian Gutekunst, one of the three internal candidates the team interviewed. He has a pure scouting background.
The Green Bay Packers are having a tumultuous offseason. It may get more so. Personnel executive Alonzo Highsmith shed some light on the dysfunction on his way out.
The Green Bay Packers' front office is supposedly filled with talent. Really? Evidence suggests it isn't because they can't prop up GM Ted Thompson.
Even though John Dorsey is available, don't expect him to be the Green Bay Packers' next general manager. That person will almost certainly come from within.
If the Green Bay Packers are going to keep director of player personnel Brian Gutekunst, they may have to fend off the Buffalo Bills.
This. This is what really goes on in the Green Bay Packers' draft room. Here is your inside peak at the madness. Now you know and knowing is half the battle.
It appears the Green Bay Packers' front office will remain intact for 2017. They have managed to retain director of player personnel Brian Gutekunst.
Two members of the Green Bay Packers' front office will get second interviews with the San Francisco 49ers, but the leading candidate is not the one you think.
Green Bay Packers executives Eliot Wolf and Brian Gutekunst are rumored to be the leading candidates for the vacant San Francisco 49ers general manager job.
Who will replace Ted Thompson as Green Bay Packers general manager if Eliot Wolf leaves? Here are the candidates and the list is not an unfamiliar one.
The Green Bay Packers could be losing their future general manager this offseason. Eliot Wolf and Brian Gutekunst will both interview with 49ers.
Eliot Wolf, Brian Gutekunst and Alonzo Highsmith are well regarded around the league. They'll never get a job elsewhere, though. Ted Thompson has made sure of that.