Former Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson died Wednesday. The Packers organization made the announcement Thursday, saying Thompson passed away in his home in Atlanta Texas. Thompson was 68-year-old and was diagnosed with a nerve disorder in 2019. He served as the Packers general manager from 2005 to 2017 and was in charge in 2010 when the franchise won its last Super Bowl. He also gets credit for drafting quarterback Aaron Rogers who took over for fellow Packer great Brett Favre and has been one of the top five quarterbacks in the league for over a decade.