Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson patrols the sidelines against the Indianapolis Colts during a 2012 preseason game at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. File/Press-Gazette Media
Ted Thompson's legacy with the Green Bay Packers likely will be of a man more comfortable in front of a draft board than behind a media podium.
John Schneider saw it during his time in Thompson's personnel department with the Packers and still sees glimpses of it now from afar as the general manager of the Seattle Seahawks.
Known more for his calculation than his charisma, the Packers' 60-year-old general manager still conveys a message with an even-keeled perspective that permeates through his front office. ...