The only time I can recall Ted in a suit was when the Packers visited the White House in 2011 following their Super Bowl victory. Andrew Brandt, who was the finance guy with the Packers at the time they drafted Rodgers, recounted in some column a few years back the experience of waiting to see if Rodgers would fall to the Pack at pick #24, and then Ted making them wait the full 15 minutes they were on the clock in case some other team called with an offer to move up. (No team did - how many have regretted that?) Ted was perfectly calm, Rodgers was the best player on his board, so he was the pick. Brandt said at the first minicamp after the draft, Rodgers lofted a perfect pass about 60 yards down the field, hitting a receiver in stride. Brandt looked at Ted, and he said Ted gave him the most expressive look he would ever give him, sort of saying yeah, I think I made the right call. Ted was really good at assessing talent. He had his misses, they all do, but he had a lot more hits than misses.