Ted Thompson says he’s “good to go” as he continues his 13th year as the general manager of the Green Bay Packers. At a news conference Wednesday, the 64-year-old Thompson said he has not set a retirement date, and he does not “constantly evaluate” that kind of thing amid lots of speculation. Thompson’s current contract expires next April, but Packers’ president Mark Murphy says the G-M can keep the post as long as he wants. Still, Thompson is hanging around one year longer than 1990s Hall of Fame G-M Ron Wolf who retired at 63, and Thompson is among the N-F-L’s oldest and longest serving G-Ms behind 75-year-old Dallas owner Jerry Jones and 65-year-old New England coach and G-M Bill Belichick. The Packer players return to Training Camp practice this evening, after having Wednesday off.