It's pretty clear that the Green Bay Packers are now Brian Gutekunst's team, but the Packers continue to keep Ted Thompson around for ceremonial purposes. What was his assessment of Gutekunst's draft maneuvering? Nice job. ...
The Green Bay Packers' new general manager Brian Gutekunst has decided that he is agreeable to posting up Ted Thompson's cold, dead body in the team's draft room. Here is how that conversation went down.
The Green Bay Packers haven't been active in the second-wave of free agency, when they could find some low-cost role players. Why? Probably because they have 12 draft picks. Perhaps they should parlay those into ...
The debate rages on. Should the Green Bay Packers draft and develop or should they draft and play. The new regime appears to favor the latter approach, which is a shift in philosophy.
The handling of former general manager and now senior advisor Ted Thompson's removal from his previous role has further ruined the credibility of Green Bay Packers' CEO Mark Murphy.
Green Bay Packers' general manager Brian Gutekunst says he won't be replacing Eliot Wolf and Alonzo Highsmith... yet. Gutekunst is rolling through the draft with what he currently has on staff.
We've always thought draft-and-develop was a bullshit team-building philosophy. It appears some of the Green Bay Packers' players feel the exact same way.