Charley Brock

Chad Burkholder
Packers Hall of Fame

Inducted 1973

Center and linebacker Charley Brock was a tough two-way performer for the Packer champions of 1939 and 1944. 

The Packer’s number two choice in 1939, the 6’1”, 210-pound Brock intercepted 20 passes as a Packer including two in the 1939 championship victory over the New York Giants.

In an era of tough competition at center, the former University of Nebraska Cornhusker was named All Pro center in 1945 over future Pro Football Hall of Famers Mel Hein of the New York Giants and Bulldog Turner of the Bears.

Brock became an assistant coach at St. Norbert College, De Pere, Wis., and Omaha University before becoming a Packer assistant coach in 1949. 

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Packers Hall of Fame player Charlie Brock
Packers Hall of Fame player Charlie Brock