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.
A look at when draft picks are traded and the trades the Green Bay Packers have made under Ted Thompson in the first three rounds.
Do the Green Bay Packers top decision makers talk about who the team is going to draft? This came into question last week. Ted Thompson says they do.
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.
Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson doesn't tell anyone who he's drafting, even coach Mike McCarthy, it appears. That could explain a couple things.
The Green Bay Packers need to address their defense. Will they do it early on in the NFL Draft? They should, but nothing is certain with this bunch.
It would appear there's no way the Green Bay Packers would trade for Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, but there's one thing that makes it possible.
You think it's a good idea for the Green Bay Packers to trade for Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman? It's never happening and here's why.
Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson isn't known for his trading, but he's consistently made trades during the draft. Here's a look.
Compensatory draft picks can be traded for the first time this year. Future picks can also be traded. Will the Green Bay Packers use the strategy to fill their holes?
The Green Bay Packers will cash in in the compensatory draft pick department in 2018. Here's a look at what they might get and how they've fared.
The Green Bay Packers couldn't really re-sign Micah Hyde even though a lot of people think they should have. Well, Ted Thompson is real sorry about that.
What is the first commandment of Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson? It has to do with hoarding draft picks. Here's the lowdown on Ted's M.O.
The Green Bay Packers have a double standard when it comes to players who break the rules. GM Ted Thompson confirmed that when discussing Letroy Guion.
The walking corpse that is Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson is dropping knowledge. What knowledge? The Packers need some more running backs.
Poor old Ted Thompson. Can't even get a vote of confidence from an old woman. Here's a 100-year-old lady telling Big Ted where to go.