A look at the tight ends who have been inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame. Wochit
Star Wisconsin Badger end Milt Gantenbein became a Packer in 1931. He played on the 1931, ‘36 and ‘39 Packer champions. In 1935, the 6’0”, 200-pound Gantenbein returned a fumble 38 yards to set up a touchdown in a key win over the Cardinals.
A valuable receiver and stalwart defensive end, Gantenbein was Packer captain in 1937. After his playing career, Gantenbein became football coach at Manhattan College in New York City.
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