With two exceptions, Green Bay Packers' general manager Ted Thompson's first-round picks have fared rather poorly. Why? He drafts the wrong positions.
The Green Bay Packers are going to decline tackle Derek Sherrod's fifth-year option, which means this could be his last non-productive year in Green Bay.
Tight end Jermichael Finley and inside linebacker Sam Barrington's seasons are over, but the Green Bay Packers will have tackle Derek Sherrod. And just in time.
If things keep going this way, Marshall Newhouse will probably be the Green Bay Packers starting right tackle. That's because Don Barclay is playing center.
It wouldn't be football season if the Green Bay Packers didn't have a bunch of guys injured. The team already has seven players on the PUP list, including Mike Neal.
Who's doing what, who's back from injury and who's a no-show for the Green Bay Packers at OTAs? We've got those answers and more right here.