Packers team historian, Cliff Christl, reports on Ron Kramer (TE) and his impact on the team.
The 2018 season marked 100 seasons of Green Bay Packers football. Lambeau Field played host to the “Packers Experience” in July 2018.
I took a stroll down Packers’ memory lane posing for all 16 uniforms in team history.
The Green Bay Packers held their first public practice of OTAs on Tuesday at Clark Hinkle Field next to Lambeau Field in Green Bay. Here’s a look at a few of notable newcomers to the Packers roster.
via Packers’ shaky 2017 draft class likely losing another member — Packers Wire
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Packers coach Matt LaFleur has put together a coaching staff in Green Bay, but it may not have been exactly the staff he would have hired if it had all been up to him. LaFleur wasn’t the sole decision-maker when it came to hiring assistant coaches, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Bart Starr #15 – Bart Starr – Pro Football Hall of Fame (ALABAMA)…6’1”, 197…BRYAN BARTLETT STARR. . .17TH-ROUND DRAFT PICK, 1956. . . PRECISION PASSER, POISED TEAM LEADER. . .LED PACKERS TO SIX DIVISION, FIVE NFL, TWO SUPER BOWL TITLES. . .NFL MOST VALUABLE PLAYER, 1966. . . MVP IN SUPER BOWLS I, II. . .THREE-TIME…
Schmael died on December 20, 1967, just three days before Green Bay captured the Western Conference Championship in a 28-7 victory over the Rams. The Packers went on to play in the Ice Bowl the following week before winning Super Bowl II against the Oakland Raiders.
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