2018 Packers GM Search
Ted Thompson had a particular way of approaching team building, but his proteges have been much more active in GM jobs elsewhere.
This week’s walkthroughs address our hopes for the Packers’ new GM.
Ted Thompson’s replacement said in his introductory press conference that he will "leave no stone unturned" in player acquisition.
Russ Ball also promoted to executive vice president/director of football operations
After an uncommonly tumultuous week, the Packers have settled on Brian Gutekunst as their next general manager.
Keep it here for up-to-date news and rumors about the Packers’ GM search.
Green Bay is certainly trying to do its due diligence on some external GM candidates, but the team keeps getting shut down.
Not surprisingly, Minnesota denied Green Bay’s request to interview their second-in-command.
After years of turning out high-quality personnel evaluators, the Packers appear uniquely set up to succeed with a non-scout GM.
Is promoting Thompson’s apparent choice as successor worth losing valuable personnel talent?
The wailing and gnashing of teeth over Thompson’s failures are overwrought, but he did have one key flaw.
Green Bay has holes to fill at the top of its organizational hierarchy and on its coaching staff in the middle of a pivotal offseason.