Desmond Howard was born in Cleveland, Ohio on May 15, 1970. Howard earned All-Ohio and All-American honors as a senior tailback at St. Joseph’s High School in Cleveland. Howard rushed for 1,499 yards as a senior, plus scored 18 touchdowns and had 10 interceptions on defense.

Instead of staying in his home state of Ohio and playing for the Ohio State Buckeyes, Howard decided to play college football at rival Michigan and play for the Wolverines.  While at Michigan, Howard set or tied five NCAA and 12 Michigan records.

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John Kuhn played college football at Shippensburg University. The Pittsburgh Steelers signed him as an undrafted free agent in 2005. Kuhn was signed to the Green Bay Packers active roster in 2007. He played for nine seasons before joining the New Orlean Saints in 2016. In March 2019, Brian Gutekunst, Packer's general manager, announced Kuhns wish to retire as a Packer.  

Kuhn is a two-time Super Bowl Champ. His first Super Bowl ring came with the Steelers in Super Bowl XL.  His second with the Green Bay Packers, coincidentally against the Steelers in Super Boy XLV.  In addition, during his time with the Green Bay Packers he was named to three Pro Bowls, all as a Packer.

A Packers cultural icon as the fans cheer "Kuuuhhhhnnnnn", John Kuhn is a wonderful motivational speaker on topics such as teamwork, overcoming adversity, and taking a team from good to great. 

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You can’t call yourself a real Green Bay Packers fan if you don’t know the first player to do the famous Lambeau Leap. If you said LeRoy Butler (pronounced “L’Roy”), then you know your stuff. Indeed, Butler first performed the famous leap into the end zone stands on December 26, 1993 in a game against the Los Angeles Raiders.

What’s amazing about Butler is that during childhood, he was pigeon toed. The doctors had to break bones in both feet to correct the problem, leaving Butler in either a wheelchair or leg braces for much of his early childhood. When Butler was eight, his sister accidentally knocked him out of his wheelchair and scattered his leg braces.

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Green Bay Packers fans have a soft spot in their hearts for the guys who won the first two Vince Lombardi Super Bowl trophies. So many of Lombardi’s players have gone on to be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, OH. So it is with Dave Robinson, one of the best linebackers Green Bay has ever seen.

Robinson was a standout football player at Penn State in the early 60s. He started 55 straight games for the Nittany Lions. His senior year (1962), he was named a First Team All-American, College Lineman of the Year, and was even named College Player of the Year by the Newark Athletic Club. In 1997, Robinson was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.

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The most recent inductee into the Pro Football Hall of Fame representing the Green Bay Packers, Jerry Kramer has had a long and interesting football career.  Taken by the Packers as the 39th overall selection in the 1958 NFL Draft, he waited 50 years before being inducted in Canton at age 82. Kramer is recognized as one of the toughest Packers to ever play the game.

From his birthplace in Jordan, Montana, to an early childhood in Utah, then to Idaho for middle and high school, Kramer moved around a lot but was definitely a standout athlete at Sandpoint High School, doing well enough to earn a scholarship to the University of Idaho.

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Santana Dotson, a Baylor All American in 1991, was a fifth-round draft selection by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 1992 NFL Draft. His prowess on defense led to him receiving the 1992 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year. He also played a key role in getting the Green Bay Packers to two Super Bowls. Dotson is a unanimous All-American and a Super Bowl champion.

Dotson was selected with the 132nd pick in the 1992 NFL Draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He spent seasons 1992-1995 with the Buccaneers until signing with Green Bay. In the 1996 season, the Green Bay Packers beat the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXI thus crowning Dotson a Super Bowl Champion.

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A two-sport star in high school…Aloha Bowl champion at Kansas…Super Bowl XXXI champion with the Green Bay Packers…head coach of a Lingerie Football League team…race car enthusiast…anti-bullying spokesperson. Any conversation about the most interesting athletes in American sports history has to include the one and only Gravedigger himself, Gilbert Brown!

Brown grew up in Detroit, Michigan and lettered in football and track. His experiences in Detroit helped shape the man he would become, beginning with his choice of college.

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Dorsey Levens was born on May 21, 1970, in Syracuse, New York. Levens went to Nottingham High School in Syracuse where his prowess in football led to a football scholarship from Notre Dame. Levens played for the Fighting Irish for two years in 1989 and 1990, as he rushed for 185 yards and three touchdowns, plus caught four passes for 47 more yards. After transferring to Georgia Tech, Levens played two years (1992 and 1993) for the Ramblin’ Wreck,  Levens rushed for 1,036 yards and 10 touchdowns, plus caught 21 passes for 276 yards and two more scores.

The 6’1″, 230-pound Levens was drafted in the fifth round of the 1994 NFL draft by the Green Bay Packers.

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Antonio Freeman was born in Baltimore, Maryland on May 27, 1972. Freeman, who is nicknamed “Free” or “Buttons”, was named Offensive Player of the Year by the Baltimore Sun when he was 1989 senior at Polytechnic High School in Baltimore. His team went 10-0 that year and won the Maryland Group A championship.

Freeman went to Virginia Tech to play college football, where he was a three-year starter. He departed as the Hokies’ all-time leading receiver with 121 receptions (for 2,207 yards). Freeman also set the all-time school record with 22 touchdown receptions.

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Of all the athletes to grace the playing surface of Lambeau Field, Ahman Green ranks near the top. A member of the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame, Green is the all-time leading rusher for the Packers. Named for legendary sports broadcaster Ahmad Rashad, Ahman Green is an amazing piece of Packers history.

Green’s athletic legacy began in Omaha, Nebraska, where he not only was a standout football player, but also an outstanding track and field star and powerlifter. Not only was he the Nebraska “Player of the Year” in football, his 100 m dash time still ranks as the 10th best in state history and he placed 2nd at the High School Powerlifting Championships.

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