Thompson says Pack will do whatever they can to improve
INDIANAPOLIS--Day two of the NFL combine is officially underway here in Indianapolis with coaches and front office personnel from several teams addressing the media Friday morning at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Packers general manager Ted Thompson took the stage around 10:30am eastern this morning.
With cornerback Al Harris coming off a torn ACL and entering 2010 at 35-years-old, not to mention Charles Woodson turning 34 in October and safety Atari Bigby becoming a restricted free agent in roughly one week, I asked Thompson where the secondary ranks in terms of priorities this offseason.
"I never rank priorities. I love 'em all," said Thompson.
Green Bay's general manager went on to discuss the team's offseason program:
"The best and most dramatic improvements you can have is from within."
He also mentioned the team's overall offseason philosophy:
"We'll do whatever we can to try and help our team."
In other words, he gave me nothing.
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