A look at the tight ends who have been inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame. Wochit
Carl Mulleneaux originally signed with the Packers in 1937, but changed his mind and didn’t report to camp. He began his career in 1938 and became a two-way end who played opposite Don Hutson.
The 6’4”, 210-pound Mulleneaux caught a 50-yard touchdown pass in the 1938 NFL Championship game and caught two touchdowns in a game twice in his Packer career. His brother, Lee also played for the Packers.
Mulleneaux caught 44 passes and scored 12 touchdowns as a Packer, from 1938-’41 and from ‘45-’46. He suffered a career-ending concussion against the Bears in the first game of the 1946 season.
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