A look at the running backs who have been inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame. Wochit
Curly Lambeau once called Larry Craig the best blocking quarterback he’d ever coached. The 6’0”, 205-pound Craig led running plays and swung out in the flats for short passes.
On defense, the former University of South Carolina Gamecock became a passer’s nightmare from left defensive end. A six-time All Pro, Craig, nicknamed “Superman,” recovered 11 fumbles and intercepted two passes as a Packer.
Craig played 11 seasons in Green Bay, from 1939-’49. He played on Packer championship teams in his first season and in 1944.
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