Lambeau Field Legends: The Main Players Of The Vince Lombardi Era

June 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There is no doubt that Lambeau Field, home to so many legends, is the greatest stadium in sports. Now, I'm going to refresh your memories of these Lambeau legends.
Vince Lombardi is the most famous coach in NFL history. He coached the Packers to one of the greatest runs in NFL history, maybe the greatest.
Lombardi guided the Packers to multiple titles and eventually coached the Washington Redskins, but he is remembered as a Packer.
Paul Hornung, Bart Starr, and Jim Taylor are the three main players of the Lombardi era.
Hornung won the Heisman Trophy with Notre Dame by a close vote. After that he went on to the NFL and played for the Green Bay Packers. He came in as the highest-paid player in the NFL at that time with the biggest contract ever. He played running back, quarterback, and sometimes wideout. He was a versatile player on the football field.
Then, we go to Bart Starr, the quarterback of the Lombardi-era Packers. He didn't throw much for Gree...

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