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Report: Thompson, Wolf, Highsmith All at Wisconsin Pro Day

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Report: Thompson, Wolf, Highsmith All at Wisconsin Pro Day

The opening of NFL free agency hasn't stopped the Green Bay Packers front office from checking out Wisconsin's pro day workout on Wednesday.

Lance Allan of TMJ4 in Milwaukee has photographic evidence that general manager Ted Thompson, director of player personnel Eliot Wolf and senior personnel executive Alonzo Highsmith are all in attendance.

They'll be checking out running back Melvin Gordon, offensive lineman Rob Havenstein and a host of other Badgers players as they go through drills in preparation for the NFL Draft.

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Many of us have harped on Ted not participating in free agency, including myself. Based on the craziness going on this week, I think Ted is a genius for just staying home this year.
One irony, the Lions had Stafford, Fairly, Anseh, Suh and Johnson, all low first round picks with big buck contracts. Doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure at some point they can't keep them all so hopefully you win with them while you can.
Not there fans are all upset with Suh and Fairly leaving. Ya Ted did well this year to just pass. Most of these guys aren't worth the money.

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