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


Inducted 1982

Penn State All American tight end and linebacker Dave Robinson was the Packers’ number one draft choice in 1963. The 6’3”, 245-pound Robinson became a star at outside linebacker with the Packers.

In the 1966 NFL Championship game, he blitzed Dallas quarterback Don Meredith forcing a wobbly throw that Packer safety Tom Brown intercepted clinching the victory.

Robinson played 10 seasons with the Packers, from 1963-’72. He intercepted 21 passes as a Packer.

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