All Entries Tagged With: "Ted Thompson"

Before deciding what players to keep or get for 2018, the Packers have to decide what to do with general manager Ted Thompson. He is the Packers’ gatekeeper and has mainly used the draft as his talent stream.  

The Packers fell to 5-5 after their most listless offensive performance yet against the Baltimore Ravens. As you would expect, not much went right...

But the crux of the problem is Brett Hundley. Who exactly is he and why has he regressed so much from just a week ago?  

Green Bay Packers General Manager Ted Thompson spoke on Thursday and every time he does, it leads me to ask: "What's the deal with Ted Thompson?"

Could the Packers choose not to sign any undrafted free agents to the 53-man roster for the first time in Ted Thompson's tenure this season? 

After what seemed like the longest offseason ever—same old song and dance every year—NFL teams are gearing up for training camp, which begins next...

How many strikes will it take before the Green Bay Packers organization decides that Letroy Guion is out?

Mike McCarthy is a problem solve and this offseason, his mission has been to improve the pass defense. 

Rumors and innuendo haven’t stopped flying since Chiefs general manger John Dorsey was shockingly told to leave.

If the Packers were smart, they would bite the bullet and pay Aaron Rodgers right now. 

Picture this (and then knock on the nearest wooden object): Aaron Rodgers goes down with an injury early in the 2018 season, and the player sitting...

Ted Thompson's willingness to change hsi ways in free agency will be rewarded by the play of Davon House and Jahri Evans. 

The success of the 2017 Green Bay Packers will hinge significantly on how well their draft picks perform. But the Packers didn't revamp various...

The Packers have some key players with contracts expiring after the 2017 season, but the next person in line for a big-money deal should be Davante Adams.

Brett Hundley gives the Packers a quality backup quarterback and that's something that's worth more than a mid-round draft pick. 

Damarious Randall had a rough sophomore season with the Green Bay Packers, but that doesn't mean he isn't capable of bouncing back in 2017. 

With rookie minicamp in the books, the Packers have now had a first look at what the new additions to their team will look like in an NFL setting....

Welcome back for a special Part IV of this season’s “Seeing the Draft Through Ted Thompson’s Eyes.”  In Part I, we identified the five factors that...

For the first time since 2008, the Packers won't be picking a projected first-round talent from a crop of collegiate players aiming to make it big...

Welcome back for Part III of this season’s “Seeing the Draft Through Ted Thompson’s Eyes.”  In Part I, we identified the five factors that matter...

With all College Pro Days in the book and the Draft upon us, let's take one final look at how draft prospects match up with Ted Thompson's drafting tendencies.

The Packers needed a reliable presence at right guard and after signing Jahri Evans Wednesday, they got one. 

Welcome back for Part II of this season’s “Seeing the Draft Through Ted Thompson’s Eyes.”  In Part I, we identified the five factors that matter...

With just two days to go until the 2017 NFL draft officially gets underway, there's a completely understandable amount of mock draft fatigue right...

First of a three part series looking at the 2017 NFL Draft as Ted Thompson might see it.

Wednesday was the last time Packers general manager Ted Thompson would address reporters before the 2017 NFL Draft, and in "typical Ted" fashion,...

Opinions on how the Packers will use their first-round draft selection at No. 29 overall—or whether they'll even keep it—are all over the place a...

Chris Wormley could be an option for the Packers in the 2017 NFL draft. 

With the NFL Draft still two weeks away, all the chatter has centered on how Packers general manager Ted Thompson has done as a drafter.

Not many teams have the luxury that the Packers do in the upcoming NFL Draft. At least not ones outside of the bottom-10 in the first round.

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