Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and fullback John Kuhn made the Associated Press All-Pro team. Wide receiver Jordy Nelson and guard Josh Sitton were selected to the second team.
Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson has promoted Eliot Wolf from director of pro personnel to director of player personnel.
The 32-year-old Wolf is the son of former Packers general manager Ron Wolf. He joined the Packers in February of 2004.
Wolf has been in charge of scouting players in the NFL and other pro leagues, but had also mixed in college scouting trips and took an active role in the draft.
Rodgers a spectator
The Packers returned to the practice on Friday but quarterback Aaron Rodgers didn’t take part. Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Rodgers may not practice until at least Thursday, resting that sore left calf.
Rodgers said his injured calf is progressing slowly. He strained his left calf late in the first half Sunday against Detroit but returned and played most of the second half.