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The Green Bay Packers, as it turned out, led the way with 20 draft selections, two more than Pittsburgh in second place. There were also some additional Wisconsin selections of note.The Hall of Fame Packers cornerback won six championships (five with the Packers). He finished his career with 48 interceptions. He also won a ring with Dallas, but he's quoted in Jerry Kramer's book, "Distant Replay," as saying, "I’m the only man with a Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl ring who doesn’t wear it. I’m a Green Bay Packer."
The nine-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle won six rings, then went on to a successful coaching career that included a return to the Packers from 1984-87 (though he was NFL coach of the year in 1975 with Cleveland).
Surprised to see him here? The receiver won five championships and caught 474 passes for 7,270 yards. He was part of the NFL's 50th anniversary team and, of course, part of the "Ice Bowl" team that went on to win Super Bowl II.
The guard threw the famous Ice Bowl block, and though he waited a long time for Hall of Fame induction, he's now there after five championships and a spot on the 50th anniversary team. He also scored 10 points in the 1962 NFL title game in a 16-7 Packers win.
The Hall of Fame center's name can be found in the Lambeau ring of honor after he made 10 Pro Bowls and won two titles. His blocking helped pave the way for Jim Taylor, particularly in 1962 when Taylor won the NFL's rushing title.
A key piece of Green Bay's two NFC championship teams in 1996 and 1997, Freeman may have only made one career Pro Bowl, but he left an indelible mark in Green Bay. He finished with 477 career receptions and caught 61 touchdowns. It's hard to say if his most memorable came in a Super Bowl or against the Vikings on Monday Night Football.