By BOB McGINN
It’s perfectly understandable why people continue to dissect what Ted Thompson did and didn’t do in his 13 years as general manager of the Green Bay Packers.
From 2005-’17, it should be fairly safe to say not one personnel decision was made either without Thompson’s primary input or, at the very least, his direct authorization.
The Packers ended this season with 53 players on the active roster, 16 on reserve/injured and one on reserve/did not report.
Of those 70 players, a total of 35, an even 50%, were acquired after the end of Thompson’s successful tenure.
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