A look at the cornerbacks who have been inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.


Inducted 1974

Bobby Dillon always made opposing quarterbacks pay for their mistakes. He stole 52 passes in just nine seasons as a Packer safety. He remains the teams all-time interception leader.

The 6’1”, 185-pound Dillon was the Packers number three draft choice in 1952. The former University of Texas Longhorn had a knack for pass interceptions, despite having sight in just one eye.

The five-time All Pro was Green Bay’s interception leader or co-leader for seven seasons. Dillon scored five touchdowns returning interceptions as a Packer from 1952-’59.

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