According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, it's "considered almost a foregone conclusion" among Seahawks GM John Schneider's "colleagues and friends" that Schneider considers the Packers' GM position his "dream job."
Green Bay GM Ted Thompson is signed through the 2016 draft and in no danger of losing his job, but there have been whispers that he might be interested in a significantly scaled-back role down the road. Schneider, 43, has emerged as a top-five GM in Seattle, after coming up as a scout, personnel analyst, and director of football operations in Green Bay. If Thompson were ever to move on, Schneider would likely rank high among the Packers' replacement targets. Of course, as the Journal-Sentinel notes, deep-pocketed Seahawks owner Paul Allen could offer Schneider "more money than almost any man could turn down." Sun, May 4, 2014 01:02:00 PM