Former Packer General Manager Ted Thompson is the newest member of the team’s Hall of Fame. Thompson was inducted during ceremonies Saturday inside the Lambeau Field Atrium. Thompson served as the club’s G-M from 13 years, beginning in 2005. His biggest moves were drafting Aaron Rodgers in the first round in 2005, letting Brett Favre go when he decided to un-retire in 2008, and winning the Super Bowl following the 2010 season. Thompson was the only inductee into the Hall of Fame this year.