NFL Draft: The 5 Worst Green Bay Packers Draft Picks Under Ted Thompson

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NFL Draft: The 5 Worst Green Bay Packers Draft Picks Under Ted Thompson
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When Ted Thompson took over the Green Bay Packers from Mike Sherman in 2005, he quickly became unpopular after unloading fan favorites Mike Wahle, Marco Rivera and Darren Sharper.

They were the reigning NFC North champions, and he wanted to rebuild now? With Brett Favre clearly only having a few more good years left in him? Are you kidding.

He took even more heat when he chose Brett Favre's replacement, Aaron Rodgers, with his first ever draft pick.

Little did we know that was a good thing; it was also a sign of things to come.

With his second pick as Packers GM he selected Nick Collins.

And well, the rest is history.

Needless to say, Ted Thompson rarely makes a bad draft pick, but even the best of us make mistakes.

So let's take a look at five picks Ted Thompson wishes he had back.

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