All Entries Tagged With: "Ted Thompson"

Behind the scenes, a mini-industry thrives on the success of the Packers in and around Green Bay.

Brian Carriveau joins K107 to preview Sunday's Packers-Falcons game and gets into a discussion of the Green Bay general manager.

The Green Bay Packers reached a tipping point on Thanksgiving. For this team to move forward, it can no longer look back on the accomplishments of the players and coaches three years ago to justify their position today.

Packers general manager Ted Thompson ignored all avenues to add depth at safety in 2013, be it the NFL draft, undrafted free agency or veteran free agency.

It's been 21 years, 1 month, and 2 weeks since a Packers' backup quarterback has made a meaningful start. Ted Thompson has rolled the dice for years that that streak would continue indefinitely. Today, the Pack will start a washed-up veteran with no training camp experience and Thompson has no one to blame but himself.

We've all thought about how Sterling Sharpe's final numbers might have turned out if he had played another 5-7 seasons. But what if he had simply been born 10 or 20 years later?

General manager Ted Thompson and the Packers have until 4:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday to pull any potential trades.

The Packers don't want to lose the psychological advantage they've enjoyed for 21 years.

So, Mason Crosby's amazing 2011 season is now his benchmark for success this year? Let's go inside the numbers and see just how impressive that season really was.

The press conferences of the Packers general manager and head coach will be streamed live on the team's website at Packers.com.

The Packers might go looking for other team's castoffs at the cutdown time, particularly at kicker, safety, offensive line and quarterback.

Packers general manager Ted Thompson joined Sirius XM's NFL Radio on Wednesday, and among other topics, he touched upon the re

Mike McCarthy wants to go "old-school" with his offensive line this year, rearranging and settling them into one position. Versatility is great, but protecting Aaron Rodgers' noggin is far more important.

Mark Murphy lauded Ted Thompson and Thompson lauded Mike McCarthy on Wednesday at the annual meeting in Lambeau Field.

The career of new Packer Hall of Famer Kabeer Gbaja-Biamilia was an offbeat one. Who knows what it might have been if he had been allowed to stay in his role as a pass-rush specialist. One person who probably doesn't care: KGB.

If you think the Packers lost out on getting West Virginia wide receiver Stedman Bailey on Friday, you're lambasting Ted Thompson. But if you love 10 Day 3 draft picks, you're praising him.

The Packers currently have 10 picks on Day 3 of the NFL Draft. Brian Carriveau and "Jersey" Al Bracco discuss their options.

There are schedule-release specials airing at 7 p.m. CT on both the NFL Network and ESPN on Thursday evening.

Much to the dismay of some fans, the cash-plump Packers have passed on several free agents. There's reason behind GM Ted Thompson's frugality.

Feeling just a little anxious as the free agents keep bypassing the Frozen Tundra, bringing offseason Super Bowl championships all over the NFL? C.D. Angeli reminds you the Signing of the Year is on the horizon, and its all about the Packers.

According to reports, the Packers are on the verge of re-signing inside linebacker and core special teamer Robert Francois.

University of Wisconsin-Platteville safety Ryan McWethy put up numbers at his pro day workout that were were on par with those at the NFL Combine.

Packers general manager Ted Thompson was in attendance at the University of Wisconsin's pro day workout on Wednesday.

Matt Elam of Florida and Shamarko Thomas of Syracuse are both under 5-11, an invisible height barrier that the Packers have rarely broken under Ted Thompson.

Now that John Schneider, Reggie McKenzie and John Dorsey are leading their own teams, Ted Thompson will be challenged to find new player talent with a revamped front office.

With three years in the books, it's time to re-examine the 2010 draft class of Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson.

Ted Thompson may have written the book on how to build a Super Bowl team through the draft, but he may want to read Belichick's book on how to maintain that team after you've won it.

Last night, Packer Nation was sent back in time to 2008, unleashing the anger and frustration with Brett Favre, despite Rodgers' apparent olive branch offered last night at the NFL Honors Awards Show. Do we have to accept Favre back?

The exposure of the Packers' 3-4 defense against the read-option offense has some folks calling for a switch to a 4-3 scheme. It's time to quit worrying about the scheme and start worrying about the kind of players we are bringing in.

Packers general manager Ted Thompson met with the media while at the Senior Bowl. That and more in today's Daily Links...

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