INDIANAPOLIS Ted Thompson is understandably cautious about revealing any of the inner workings of the Green Bay Packers' front office. The quiet, unassuming 60-year-old general manager has always operated this way.
It's not that Thompson is unwilling to answer certain questions or discuss broad topics, but if the subject at hand would potentially turn what he deems confidential information into public knowledge, he shuts it down quickly.
Thompson's media session Friday at the NFL Scouting Combine was no different.
Is defensive coordinator Dom Capers, whose group gave up 45 points in a postseason loss, going to return for the 2013 season?
"I don't want to get into it," Thompson said. "All of our staff is intact."
Is the team under the salary cap enough to accomplish its goals this offseason?
"I don't think I've ever talked about the cap publicly and I'm not going to start right now," Thompson replied. "But good question."
Does Thompson expect Jermichael Finley, who is due a 3...