When things start to go wrong in any walk of life, the hardest thing for people to do is admit failure.
The Packers have plenty of problems — which is odd for a team that Las Vegas had as a Super Bowl favorite before the season.
Scott McKenna helps us play the role of Ted Thompson and all the roster moves he'll be making over the coming days and weeks.
Let’s just get this out of the way now: the Packers’ punting position is a disaster.
Ted Thompson is a pretty boring guy.
The Packers general manager plays the percentages and usually doesn’t surprise anyone.
Then the last two week...
Nobody expected much from Joe Callahan.
This Packers preseason has been the epitome of vanilla.
All eyes have remained on the mysterious third receiver job as Packers’ training camp unfolds.
But is a third wide receiver Green Bay’s best option?
Thanks to Aaron Rodgers, the Packers will never be thought of as a run-first team.
The Packers’ offensive line will have plenty of depth this season as long as everyone stays healthy.
But what about next year and beyond?
I think NFL teams finally are getting the message with the NFL’s Personal Conduct Policy.
I’m not a member of the “Fire Capers” fan club.
Will the real Sam Barrington please stand up?
Wide receiver has always been a precarious position for the Packers.
And it’s going to continue next season.
People have been known to question or criticize Ted Thompson’s most important job.
For the last four months, many have tried to forecast what the Packers will do for the upcoming NFL Draft.
Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has several tidbits on the Packers front office.
If you weren’t sure how much a quarterback is worth in the NFL, you should have a better idea after seeing the pair of blockbuster trades.
The Packers’ release of Nate Palmer means one of three things.
Ted Thompson is probably knee deep in reams of information right about now, trying to figure out how to put his general manager’s fingerprints on ...
Ted Thompson shocked the world on Monday.
After signing Julius Peppers in 2014, Thompson opted to swallow hard and sign Jared Cook.
Let’s be honest. The weakest position on the Packers is at tight end.
When it comes to building a championship team Ted Thompson has become a contented man and that is not a good thing for the Green Bay Packers or their fans.
There are 19 proposed rule changes at the annual Owner’s Meetings in Boca Raton, Fla. this week.
Green Bay seems content with their young stable of pass catchers heading into the 2016 season.
The Packers general manager met with reporters briefly on Monday at the NFL owners meetings in Florida.
Wolf will be director–football operations while Gutekunst will be director of player personnel.
ESPN reports the veteran running back will be back in the fold for 2016.
The National Football Post reports the former Rams tight end was in Green Bay for a free agent visit.