Sharpe, Lofton or Driver? Check Packers Hall of Fame voting — and vote yourself!

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Green Bay Packers receiver Sterling Sharpe (84) sits on the bench late in the game against the Minnesota Vikings at the Metrodome in Minneapolis on Dec. 27, 1992. Sharpe had six catches in the game, giving him 108 for the season and breaking the single-season record of 106 set by Washington's Art Monk in 1984.

Don Hutson is almost a given as the best Green Bay Packers receiver of all time. He led the National Football League in receptions in eight of his 11 seasons and holds the Packers record for most touchdown catches with 99. 

But who's No. 2 among Packers wide receivers?

Is it Sterling Sharpe, a star of the late 1980s to mid-1990s who twice broke the NFL record for most catches in a season?

Is it James Lofton, a star of the late 1970s to mid-1980s who caught 530 passes for 9,656 yards for the Packers?

Or is it Donald Driver, a star of the 2000s who's the franchise leader in career receptions (743) and receiving yards (10,137)?

At this point, it's Sharpe, according to the voters who chose the best players at each position who have been inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame. But you can weigh in, too.

The Packers are celebrating the 50th anniversary of their Hall of Fame this season, and USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin is providing an easy-to-use method of selecting an all-time team.

You'll get to choose a coach, a quarterback, two running backs, two wide receivers, a tight end, five offensive linemen, three defensive linemen, four linebackers, two cornerbacks, two safeties, a kicker and a punter.

To help you build your dream roster, you can learn more about the Packers legends from every era by clicking on the players’ names. And sorry, Aaron Rodgers fans: Because all players involved are Packers Hall of Famers, current players are excluded.

You can check out the results of the voting, which ends Thursday. And you still have time to vote yourself!

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