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Former G.M. Ron Wolf Visits Packers Practice

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Former G.M. Ron Wolf Visits Packers Practice

The day after the Packers announced Brett Favre would be inducted into the team's Hall of Fame and his number retired, the man who brought him to Green Bay is visiting training camp on Tuesday.

From Wes Hodkiewicz of the Green Bay Press-Gazette:

Eliot Wolf, Ron's son, is the director of pro personnel for the Packers.

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PackerBacker's picture

I wonder if they see Elliot Wolf as heir apparent at all over there at 1265. He's done pretty well raising up in the ranks.

Stroh's picture

Elliot Wolf and John Schneider are the 2 most likely successors to Thompson IMO. Wolf is in house and doing very well moving up the ranks. I almost wonder if he might get another GM job before Thompson retires. Schneider is in Seattle, but is 2nd fiddle to Pete Carroll, who has last say on roster decisions IIRC. Schneider is a GB native who would like to have full authority and make a return to his hometown.

Either will make an excellent GM for the Packers.

DraftHobbyist's picture

Don't forget about Russ Ball. He interviewed for the Jets GM position. He might be gone by the time the job comes open, though. Still, he should be mentioned before Schneider.

Stroh's picture

Ball is a great contract guy, no doubt about it. But his scouting background is limited. Personally I would much rather have a guy that has a larger scouting background than Ball. I hope the Packers can keep him in his position. If a team wants to hire him as a GM the Packers will probably lose him. But I wouldn't want a guy w/ salary cap and financial experience making personnel decisions.

DraftHobbyist's picture

There are many types of GM's and I don't think we should limit ourselves to one type of GM over another. There are 4 types of GM's I can think of: Financial GM's, Head Coach GM's, Scouting GM's, and Owner GM's. Right now we have more of a scouting GM that depends on others to nail the contract side of things, but you could just as easily have a Financial GM that depends on others to nail the scouting side of things. These GM types basically just delegate responsibilities differently. It sounds good to say that you don't want financial people making personnel decisions, but do you want personnel people making financial decisions? Of course not. That is why it's about responsibility delegation.

Stroh's picture

Like I said, I hope the Packers can keep Ball in his current postion. But leading the personnel dept, should be the best scout, the most qualified to make the best personnel decisions, not financial one as much. Thats what I believe and I think Wolf and Thompson have shown that to be the case. AZ hired their previous GM (Rod Graves) who had a background more on salary cap and financial side (he drafted Levi Brown over Adrian Peterson). They demoted him and gave the GM job to the head scout. The jobs are best seperated but IMO the guy w/ the best personnel background should be the man in charge making the final decisions on players.

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