25. Dave Robinson LB (1963-1972): A physical, hard-nosed player with a nose for the ball. If you wanted an outside linebacker in those days, you wanted Robinson. He helped define the position.
24. Ahman Green RB (2000-2006, 2009): The Packers’ all-time leading rusher; one of the most consistent runners in team history. Was the perfect compliment to Brett Favre (think screen passes, dump-offs, and play-action).
23. Jerry Kramer G (1958-1968): Threw the most famous block in league history. Was four times First Team All-Pro, but was known for leading the famous “Packers Sweep” — he was the complete athlete. Better late than never into The Hall.
22. James Lofton WR (1979-1986): Made seven Pro Bowls in nine years in Green Bay. The first post-Lombardi Packer to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. One of the best to catch passes in Green Bay.
21. Sterling Sharpe WR (1988-1994): One of the best receivers in Packers history; one of the best receivers in NFL history… just look at the numbers. Three times he led the league in receptions despite missing his prime to injury.
20. LeRoy Butler S (1990-2001): First player in NFL history with 30+ interceptions and 20+ sacks. He changed the safety position forever and should be in the Hall of Fame.
19. Clarke Hinkle FB (1932-1941): Was the NFL’s all-time leading rusher at the time of his retirement. Scored 46 career touchdowns in an era of little scoring.
18. Paul Hornung RB (1957-1966): League MVP, four-time World Champion, amazing athlete. He did it all on the field and was responsible for 68 total touchdowns in Green Bay, despite splitting carries with a fellow future Hall of Fame inductee. He was an icon.
17. Mike Michalske G (1929-1937): One of the greatest athletes in Packers’ history, his arrival in Green Bay coincided with three consecutive World Championships.
16. Willie Wood S (1960-1971): Named First Team All-Pro five times, Wood was one of the best free safeties of all-time. He’s second all-time in Packers history with 48 interceptions, but is definitely the most iconic Packers safety.
15. Donald Driver WR (1999-2012): Universally loved, fan-favorite, eternally enshrined outside Titletown Brewery. Even with 65 touchdowns with the Packers, he’s remembered for his infectious smile.
14. Charles Woodson CB (2006-2012): The second greatest Free Agent signing in team history. When Favre left, he became the vocal leader of a Super Bowl winning team. He saved his best six years for Green Bay. Damn, he was amazing.
13. Arnie Herber QB (1930-1940): Three times led the NFL in passing touchdowns, yards, and completions. Four times a World Champion; one of the first great passers in football history. Underrated by almost everyone, if “rated” at all.
12. Johnny Blood RB (1929-1933, 1935-36): Was the first true ball-carrying superstar in Packers’ history and was an elite pass-catching threat as well. Four-times a World Champion, he was a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s inaugural class.
11. Willie Davis DE (1960-1969): If sacks were recorded when he played, he’d easily be the team’s all-time leader in that category. He was dominant, the best defensive end in football in the 1960s. Yes, better than Deacon Jones.
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