Top 50 Green Bay Packers

This was really hard.

The Green Bay Packers have been around for nearly one hundred years and have won 13 Championships.  The city of Green Bay has the lowest population by far of any major North American franchise, but it has one of the most storied histories of any sporting organization.

With this type of pedigree, how do you narrow down only 50 of the greatest from this franchise?

Very carefully!

Admittedly, we could have easily come up with another 50, and we may very well do that in the future, as the next 50 if put together could probably win a Super Bowl.

This list is up to the end of the 2020 regular season.

Note: Football lists are based on an amalgamation of tenure, traditional statistics, advanced statistics, playoff statistics, and post-season accolades.
The 2010 NFL Offensive Lineman of the Year, Josh Sitton played the first eight years of his 11-year career with the Green Bay Packers.A Fourth Round Pick from Central Florida, Sitton was named the starting Right Guard in his second season (2009) until he switched to Left Guard in 2013.  Sitton went to three Pro Bowls with Green Bay, one…
Sandwiched between his two stays as an Oakland Raider, future Hall of Fame Defensive Back, Charles Woodson gave the Green Bay Packers seven good years.  Woodson would help the Packers win Super Bowl XLV and was a two time First Team All Pro as a Packer.  In those two years, he would lead the NFL in Interceptions.
Fred “Fuzzy” Thurston is one of the few players to have six championships in the National Football League, winning an additional title in Baltimore along with the five he captured as a Packer.  The native of Wisconsin would be named a First Team All Pro in 1961.
The move to Center paid dividends for both Frank Winters and the Green Bay Packers, who they signed after six uneventful seasons in Cleveland, New York (G) and Cleveland.  Winters would start 141 games for the Packers and would make the 1996 Pro Bowl roster.  This would prove to be a pretty good career for a player who was nicknamed “Old…


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While John Anderson may never made the Pro Bowl, he was one of the most consistent players of his day and was also thought of as one of the most complete.  Anderson would three times be named the Packers Defensive Player of the Year and the Pro Football Hall of Fame named him to the Second Team of the 1980’s.
John Brockington made an immediate impact with the Green Bay Packers winning the Offensive Rookie of the Year Award.  Brockington’s first three seasons saw him rush for over 1,000 Yards but his powerful style caught up to him and his next three years saw a decline in his production.  Still, he had over 6,000 Yards from Scrimmage for the Packers…
After having a smaller role with the Packers his first three seasons, Jordy Nelson would become a starter in 2011 after having a good post-season assisting Green Bay win Super Bowl XLV.  2011 would see Nelson accrue his first 1,000 Yard Receiving season, where he would turn heads with a 15 Touchdown campaign.  Nelson would again exceed the 1,000 Yard…
Nicknamed “The Rock”, Larry McCarren was a steadying presence for twelve years on the O-Line.  McCarren would start 154 consecutive games and was named to the Pro Bowl twice.
One of the early stars of the Green Bay Packers, Verne Lewellen was an all-purpose Back who did it all for Green Bay.  The product of Nebraska (the state and the University) would be named to four straight First Team All Pro squads (1926 to 1929) and was a large part of their three consecutive NFL Championships (1929 to 1931). …
Arriving to Green Bay in 1965, Carroll Dale would help the Packers immediately as the team would win the next three titles, the 1965 NFL Championship and Super Bowls I & II.  Dale would be a three time Pro Bowl selection (1968-1970) and had 5,422 Receiving Yards as a Packer.
Lynn Dickey was never a Pro Bowl selection however he was an effective starting Quarterback for the Green Bay Packer for nine seasons.  Dickey was not surrounded with the best talent around him but he did manage to throw for the most yards and touchdowns in 1983 and for 21,369 Yards overall.
Antonio Freeman caught 431 regular season passes for the Green Bay Packers but he will be forever known for one specific post season catch, an 81 yard reception from Brett Favre in the Super Bowl.  Freeman would be a favorite target of Favre’s and was the leader in Yards Receiving in 1998.