The Best Green Bay Packers Of All Time

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This is a list of the best Green Bay Packers of all time. The Pack. The Green and Gold. These are names associated with one of the proudest sports teams of all time: the Green Bay Packers. As the only team that is community owned, the Packers are one of the few small town teams in professional sports. Yet the Packers have been able to attract some of the best players in football history to Green Bay, Hall of Fame-level Packers players. The Packers have won an NFL best 13 championships in its history, including four Super Bowl titles. Due it's success as a franchise, Green Bay has the nickname of Titletown U.S.A.

Some of the best quarterbacks in football history have worn green and gold. Bart Starr, Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers have all won Super Bowl MVPs and have helped uphold Green Bay's longstanding tradition of winning. High-powered offenses have been the hallmark of the best Packers teams. Don Hutson is a wide receiver who is considered one of the best Packers ever, along with offensive lineman Forrest Gregg. Sterling Sharpe seemed destined to join the pantheon of Packers greats, but the star receiver suffered a neck injury that pre-emptively ended his career. But recently retired Donald Driver, a former 7th round pick, is one of the best, most revered Packers ever. Driver is one of the best players in Packers history and has the numbers to back it up.

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  • Vince Lombardi
    Right Guard
    2,491 votes
    • Birthplace: New York City, USA, New York

    As the iconic head coach and general manager of the Green Bay Packers, Vince Lombardi transformed the once struggling franchise into a dominant force in the NFL during the 1960s. Instrumental in achieving multiple championships, he instilled a fierce winning mentality that became synonymous with the Packers legacy and even led to the Super Bowl trophy being named in his honor. Lombardi's unparalleled commitment to excellence, dedication to his players, and innovative coaching methods have left an indelible mark on the NFL and continue to be emulated by coaches at every level of competition.

  • Bart Starr
    4,028 votes
    • Birthplace: Montgomery, Alabama

    Bart Starr, the consummate leader, and quarterback of the Packers during the Lombardi era, displayed an uncanny ability to rise to the occasion in the biggest moments. As the orchestrator of the legendary Ice Bowl victory, he earned a reputation for his exceptional football intellect, poise under pressure, and unwavering work ethic. Solidifying his place in NFL history as a consummate winner, Starr's impact on the Green Bay Packers and professional football cannot be overstated.

  • Curly Lambeau
    Running back
    1,802 votes
    • Birthplace: Green Bay, Wisconsin

    A founding father of the Green Bay Packers franchise, Curly Lambeau wore many hats throughout his tenure including player, head coach, and general manager. As a pioneer of the forward pass and the mastermind behind the Packers' early championship successes, Lambeau transformed the landscape of professional football with his innovative tactics and indomitable spirit. Today, his contributions to the game are immortalized not only in the team's historic stadium but also in the very fabric of the National Football League.

  • Reggie White
    Defensive tackle, Defensive end
    4,177 votes
    • Birthplace: Tennessee, Chattanooga, USA

    The Minister of Defense, Reggie White, was a relentless force on the defensive line and an inspiration to his teammates on and off the field. His presence on the Packers' Super Bowl XXXI-winning team revitalized the franchise, solidifying White's status as one of the greatest defensive players in NFL history. With a rare combination of speed, power, and relentlessness, White terrorized opposing quarterbacks and left a lasting impact on the Green Bay Packers and the sport itself.

  • Don Hutson
    End, Safety, Wide receiver
    2,746 votes
    • Birthplace: Pine Bluff, Arkansas, USA

    Widely regarded as the first true modern wide receiver, Don Hutson revolutionized the position with his precise route running and astounding athleticism. Hutson's incredible talent and ability to dominate games with game-breaking catches made him a nightmare for opposing defenses and set the standard for future generations of wide receivers. As a key figure in the Packers dynasty of the 1930s and 1940s, Hutson's influence on the game is still felt today as the evolution of the wide receiver position continues.

  • Ray Nitschke
    2,853 votes
    • Birthplace: USA, Elmwood Park, Illinois

    The embodiment of toughness and grit, Ray Nitschke patrolled the middle of the field as the Packers' legendary middle linebacker during the Lombardi era. With a ferocious playing style and infectious intensity, Nitschke anchored the vaunted Packers defense and epitomized the hard-nosed mentality that defined the team. A leader on and off the field, Nitschke's tenacity and determination remain a benchmark for linebackers to this day.