Ted Thompson isn't tipping his hand on what he plans to do with the Packers' top pick in next weekend's NFL draft. File/Press-Gazette
When the Green Bay Packers' first-round draft pick at No. 30 comes up next Saturday, General Manager Ted Thompson could face an intriguing decision.
Quarterback Brian Brohm of Louisville still could be on the board, similar to how Aaron Rodgers was available when Thompson used the No. 24 pick overall on him in 2005.
Also available could be other quarterbacks that some teams, including the Packers, might have rated as late first-rounders, such as Michigan's Chad Henne and maybe even Joe Flacco of Delaware. ...