Packers Legends Cruise

Packers Legends

LeRoy Butler

John Brockington

Running Back (1971-77)
Brockington became the first NFL player to ever rush for 1,000 or more yards in each of his first three seasons. With great strength, Brockington epitomized the power running back – to combine brute force with speed.*

Dine with John Brockington

LeRoy Butler

LeRoy Butler

Safety (1990-2001)
Named to 4 All-Pro teams LeRoy was with the Packers that won Super Bowl XXXI. Inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame in 2007.*

Chefs Table with LeRoy Butler

Paul Coffman

Paul Coffman

Tight End (1978–85)
Number 82 was voted into the Packers Hall of Fame in 1994. His four children are all star athletes, his oldest (Chase) was drafted into the NFL in 2009.*

Dine with Paul Coffman

Najeh Davenport

Najeh Davenport

Running Back (2002-05)
Najeh was drafted by the Packers in 2002 out of the University of Miami, the 2001 National Champions. He rushed for 178 yards in his NFL debut.*

Dine with Najeh Davenport

Lynn Dickey

Lynn Dickey

Quarterback (1976–85)
Lynn joined the team in 1976 as the starting quarterback, he holds the team record for highest completion percentage (90.48) with a minimum of 20 attempts. In 1992 he joined the Packers Hall of Fame.*

Dine with Lynn Dickey

Gary Ellerson

Gary Ellerson

Running Back (1985-86)
A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Gary joined the Packers after brief stint playing alongside the legend Reggie White with the Memphis Showboats (USFL).*

Dine with Gary Ellerson

Doug Evans

Doug Evans

Cornerback (1993-97)
Drafted by the Packers in 1993, Doug played with the team until the end of the 1997 season, finishing that season with a win in Super Bowl XXXI.*

Dine with Doug Evans

Tony Fisher

Tony Fisher

Running Back (2002-05)
Tony won the “Mr. Football Award” in 1997, given to the best football player in the state of Ohio. He played with the Packers from 2002 to 2005.*

Ahman Green

Johnnie Gray

Safety (1975-83)
After nine seasons with the Packers, Gray was inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame in 1993. After retiring, Gray was a football analyst for a FOX affiliate.*

Ahman Green

Ahman Green

Running Back (2000-06, 2009)
Ahman is currently the Packers all-time leading rusher (8, 322 yards). Holds the record for most rushing yards in a game at Lambeau Field – 218.*

Dine with Ahman Green

William Henderson

William Henderson

Fullback (1995-2006)
Number 33 helped the team win Super Bowl XXXI. William was voted to the Pro Bowl in 2004, that same year he was named All-Pro. He played his entire career with the Packers.*

Dine with William Henderson

Craig Hentrich

Craig Hentrich

Punter (1993-97)
Craig was the team’s punter from 1993 to 1997, winning a Super Bowl in 1997. He was voted to two Pro Bowls and was twice voted to the All-Pro team.*

Dine with Craig Hentrich

Travis Jervey

Travis Jervey

Running Back (1995-98)
In 1997, he was the first Packers’ player to make the Pro Bowl for his play on special teams. Number 32 was a member the Super Bowl XXXI winning team.*

Dine with Travis Jervey

George Koonce

George Koonce

Linebacker (1992-99)
Signing on with the Packers in 1992 George was with the Super Bowl XXXI winning team. Number 53 was an eight-year starter during his career with the Packers.*

Dine with George Koonce

Dorsey Levens

Dorsey Levens

Running Back (1994-2001)
Drafted by the Packers in 1994 Dorsey was with the team that won Super Bowl XXXI. He rushed for over 1,000 yards twice and was selected to the Pro Bowl in 1997.*

Dine with Dorsey Levens

James Lofton

James Lofton

Wide Receiver (1978–86)
Legendary receiver James was named to the Packers Hall of Fame in 1999. This 8 time Pro Bowl member was named to the 1980’s NFL All-Decade team. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2003.*

Dine with James Lofton

Ryan Longwell

Ryan Longwell

Kicker (1997-05)
With the team from 1997 to 2005 Ryan has the most field goals in Green Bay Packers history with 226. He’s also second in team history in scoring with 1,054 points.*

Dine with Ryan Longwell

Andre Rison

Andre Rison

Wide Receiver (1996)
Andre was part of the team that won Super Bowl XXXI, scoring the first points of the game on a 54-yard touchdown catch. Voted to 5 Pro Bowls and named a NFL All-Pro in 1990.*

Dine with Andre Rison

Dave Robinson

Dave Robinson

Linebacker/ Placekicker (1963-72)
Pro Football Hall of Fame member (2013) Dave is also member of the Packers Hall of Fame (1982). Number 89 was a member of the team that won two Super Bowls – I and II.*

Dine with Dave Robinson

Bill Schroeder

Bill Schroeder

Wide Receiver (1994, 97-2001)
Wisconsin native Bill played his college career at Wisconsin-La Crosse. Drafted by the Packers in 1994, he also joined the team later in his career.*

Dine with Bill Schroeder

Brian Williams

Brian Williams

Linebacker (1995-2000)
Number 51 was drafted in 1995 by the Packers, he played linebacker until the 2000 season, winning Super Bowl XXXI with the team.*

Dine with Brian Williams

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