It's funny how quickly we forget Favre's antics around that time. If I remember correctly, he unretired himself again after the Packers had committed to Rodgers as the starter, and it was late in the year, like June. And yeah, TT had nothing to do with that fiasco. That was all Favre.Well Mike, you apparently have been talking to the wrong people who know nothing of which they speak.
1. Ridiculous to even put Wolf and arrogance in the same post considering he was the first architect of the last 30 successful years
2. Thompson wasn't either and for once this made up narrative that he drove Favre out of here needs to stop once and for all. Only person who drove him out was Favre himself and anyone with any sense in their head knows it.
Only issue with Thompson is that he probably should have realized his health was deteriorating sooner than he did and retire a couple years prior to when he did. But he loved this organization and was never in it just for himself.
3. Gute ... Sure I've questioned his moves plenty and didn't always like what he did. But everything I've seen of him indicates he embodies the Green Bay values as much as any.