The Packers will request a roster exemption, during which time we would see where Koren is in terms of football shapeNFL reinstates Koren Robinson Oct 18, 2007
We are happy to be able to have Chad as a member of the PackersPackers re-sign OT Clifton Mar 06, 2010
We want to thank Al for his contributions to the Green Bay PackersGreen Bay releases Al Harris Nov 08, 2010
This is a great organization and I am very humbled and appreciativeGreen Bay GM signs contract extension Feb 11, 2011
We are very pleased to finalize this agreement with MikeMcCarthy signs 5-year contract extension Mar 04, 2011
Ted Thompson (born January 17, 1953, in Atlanta, Texas) is the current general manager of the NFL's Green Bay Packers. Thompson was named to the post on January 14, 2005, by Packers president and CEO Bob Harlan. Thompson took over the general manager duties from Mike Sherman, who had been serving as both head coach and general manager. Prior to becoming the Packers' general manager, Thompson served with the Seattle Seahawks as their vice president of operations from 2000 to 2004. Thompson had previously worked for the Packers organization from 1992 to 1999, serving as their assistant director of pro personnel in 1992, their director of pro personnel from 1993 to 1997, and their director of player personnel from 1997 to 1999. Thompson also had a 10-year playing career in the NFL as a linebacker and special teams player with the Houston Oilers from 1975 to 1984.
Ted Thompson was signed by the Houston Oilers as an undrafted free agent out of Southern Methodist University in 1975. Thompson won a spot as a back-up linebacker and special teams player and held this position for 10 years. Although Thompson only started eight games during his career, he proved durable playing in 146 of 147 games.
Thompson worked in Seattle as Vice President of Football Operations; also heading Seattle's scouting department and running the draft boards. He worked alongside former Packers and Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren; who was Seattle's GM at the time.