(WNFL)- Packers' general manager Ted Thompson said last year's regular season was one of his proudest times during his nine years heading the Green Bay front office. Thompson told almost 15-thousand stockholders at their annual meeting yesterday that the Packers stuck together during the seven weeks Aaron Rodgers was out with a broken collarbone. Not a word was mentioned about the Packers' season-ending playoff loss to San Francisco, or what the team may have learned from it. Thompson said the Packers achieved their three main personnel goals for the off-season -- re-sign as many of their own players as possible, make selective free-agent additions, and draft with an eye toward both now and the future. The players will report to training camp today at their temporary home at Saint Norbert College in De Pere. Coach Mike McCarthy will speak to reporters this morning, and the Packers will hold their first public practice tomorrow morning.
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