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Packers earn places on NFL all-time greatest list

Nov. 6, 2013 11:21 AM
 
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The NFL Network completed its list of the 100 greatest players in league history, as determined by a blue ribbon panel.  The complete list can be found right here. Ten former Packers players landed on the list, including five from the 1960s Vince Lombardi dynasty. Here is their ranking: 7. Reggie White 9. Don Hutson 20. Brett Favre 47. Ray Nitschke 51. Bart Starr 54. Forrest Gregg 64. Herb Adderley 79. Emlen Tunnell 82. Ted Hendricks 86. Willie Davis Tennell played three seasons for the Packers (1959-61) but made his mark as a defensive back with the New York Giants. Hendricks only played one season with the Packers (1974) and is known more for his seasons with Baltimore and Oakland.

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