1974 Football Year Book Green Bay Packers Jerry Tagge Original NFL Team Magazine

1974 Football Year Book Green Bay Packers Jerry Tagge Original NFL Team Magazine

Teammates (from left) Paul Hornung, Jerry Kramer and Fred Thurston exit the field in 1965.

Teammates (from left) Paul Hornung, Jerry Kramer and Fred Thurston exit the field in 1965.

Jim Taylor Green Packers 1958-66 and New Orleans Saints 1967. HOF Class '76.

Jim Taylor Green Packers 1958-66 and New Orleans Saints 1967. HOF Class '76.

Paul Hornung - Green Bay Packers: Pure Magic, the colors, the number,  the helmuts, the teams, and Hornung!

Paul Hornung - Green Bay Packers: Pure Magic, the colors, the number, the helmuts, the teams, and Hornung!

Reggie White    Love you and miss you Reggie!  Reggie was very much my hubby's favorite, but then, I think all of the Packer's were his favorites. KS

Reggie White Love you and miss you Reggie! Reggie was very much my hubby's favorite, but then, I think all of the Packer's were his favorites. KS

The First Lambeau Leap - Original Dec. 26, 1993 Broadcast - Packers vs Raiders - Raiders fumble the ball in the 4th quarter, recovered by Reggie White who then laterals the ball to Leroy Butler, who scores and invents the team's legendary Lambeau Leap

The First Lambeau Leap - Original Dec. 26, 1993 Broadcast - Packers vs Raiders - Raiders fumble the ball in the 4th quarter, recovered by Reggie White who then laterals the ball to Leroy Butler, who scores and invents the team's legendary Lambeau Leap

Jan 15, 1967 – First NFL/AFL Championship game    In what has become the most celebrated annual sporting event began at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA.  The Green Bay Packers of the NFL defeated the Kansas City Chiefs of the AFL 35-10 in what would become known as the Super Bowl.  The Packers were coached by Vince Lombardi and the trophy given annually to the Super Bowl champion bears his name.

Jan 15, 1967 – First NFL/AFL Championship game In what has become the most celebrated annual sporting event began at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA. The Green Bay Packers of the NFL defeated the Kansas City Chiefs of the AFL 35-10 in what would become known as the Super Bowl. The Packers were coached by Vince Lombardi and the trophy given annually to the Super Bowl champion bears his name.

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