Is Green Bay Packers GM Ted Thompson losing his mind? Not if you believe this story planted in the local media. But at least someone else has noticed.
The Green Bay Packers will continue to employ Ted Thompson as general manager for as long as he desires, despite the fact that he's going senile.
The Green Bay Packers -- Ted Thompson -- once talked to the Dallas Cowboys about a Brett Favre trade. It's amazing to think how that could have altered things.
Why did John Dorsey get fired in Kansas City? We now know. Because he's Ted Thompson, which makes perfect sense. But there's something else that doesn't.
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.
The Kansas City Chiefs surprisingly fired GM John Dorsey. Your move, Green Bay Packers. Bout time for Ted Thompson to hang it up, isn't it?
The Green Bay Packers' revolving door at punter continues. The team released Jacob Schum, which makes us wonder why they can't get this position right.
We've looked at their athleticism. Now, we're looking at their toughness. How does the Green Bay Packers' draft class rate there? Pretty solid.
Former Green Bay Packers coach Mike Sherman's career has been on a downward spiral since he became the team's general manager. Here's the historical perspective.
As we've noted, Green Bay Packers GM Ted Thompson appears to be slipping. That makes it a very real possibility that the Packers now draft by committee.
You maybe thought Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson was a weirdo before, but this will certainly push the needle even further.
This isn't one of our rants about Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson. He seriously appears to be in mental decline and it's hard to watch.
The Green Bay Packers traded out of the first round for the second time in the Ted Thompson era. Does the trade make sense? Really only in one way.
Some Green Bay Packers coaches and players are reportedly angry at the front office -- Ted Thompson and Russ Ball -- for the way they handled T.J. Lang.
We all expect the Green Bay Packers to go with defense when they make their first-round selection later this week. Under Ted Thompson, that rarely pays off.
Here's a look at how trades during the draft are conducted -- with a point total assigned to draft picks -- and how the Green Bay Packers have fared in some of those deals.