Bob Monnett

Packers Hall of Fame

Inducted 1973

Versatile rusher, passer and receiver Bobby Monnett played six seasons with the Packers, from 1933-’38.

During his career, the 5’9”, 180-pound Monnett threw the first pro pass to Don Hutson against the Chicago Cardinals on opening day, 1935. It was incomplete.

Monnett, who played at Michigan State University, scored two touchdowns against the Pirates in 1933, scored 16 points against the Eagles in 1934 and ran for the final touchdown in the ‘36 championship win over the Boston Redskins. He scored 91 points as a Packer. 

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Packers Hall of Fame player Bobby Monnett
Packers Hall of Fame player Bobby Monnett