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  • Fri., Jul. 25, 2014 6:00 PM CDT Packers 1K Kids Run

    Back to Football also includes the 1K Kids Run, presented by WPS Health Insurance. Kids 10 years old and younger will have the opportunity to run a Lambeau Lap on Friday, July 25, at 6 p.m. Registration for the Kids Run is $10 and all participants will receive a Packers 1K Run t-shirt, a logoed bag and a participant medal.

    http://www.packers.com/5k

  • Fri., Jul. 25, 2014 7:00 PM CDT Movie Night at Lambeau Field

    Movie Night at Lambeau Field will return this year on Friday, July 25, following the 1K Kids Run. The event is free and open to the public, and concessions will be available throughout the movie. More details will be announced at a later date.

    Time listed above is subject to change.

  • Sat., Jul. 26, 2014 6:30 PM CDT Packers 5K Run/Walk

    The fifth annual ‘5K Run/Walk at Lambeau Field,’ is set for Saturday, July 26, at 6:30 p.m.

    The computer-timed run is highlighted by a neighborhood route that ultimately takes participants into Lambeau Field and around the famed gridiron. The event has a special finish line – the Packers’ ‘G’ painted on turf located in the parking lot.

    All participants will receive a Packers 5K Run T-shirt, a logoed bag, and a bib number and timing chip. To celebrate the race’s fifth anniversary, all participants will receive a commemorative medal. In addition, photos will be taken on the course and will be available at no cost on the Packers 5K Run website.

    Packers-themed awards will be presented to the top three finishers in each age group. An awards ceremony will take place following the conclusion of the race.

    Registration, which is $25 for adults and $15 for children (12 and younger), will be available online beginning Friday, May 23, at www.packers.com/5k. Mail-in registration is also an option, with forms available online and in person at Lambeau Field. Runners can also register at the Bellin Run Expo on Friday, June 13, at Astor Park in Green Bay. Early registration is encouraged. After July 13, registration fees will increase to $30 and $20, respectively.

  • Thu., Jul. 31, 2014 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM CDT PPCC Annual Reception

    The Packers Partners Annual Reception is set for Thursday, July 31, 2014 in the Lambeau Field Atrium from 4:00 PM- 7:00 PM.

    Packers Jarrett Boykin, Eddie Lacy, Datone Jones and DuJuan Harris will appear at the reception. The event will include a Player Guest Q&A, a Meet & Greet with a Packers Alumni and a Raffle Drawing.

    This is a member’s only event. Invitations will be mailed the week of June 23rd, and online registration will open at 9 am CDT on June 25th and will close on July 11th at 5 pm CDT. 

    Invitations will include all of this information and additional details.

    To sign up to become a member of the Packers Partners Club of Champions and receive an invitation to the reception, fans can go to www.packers.com/ppcc.

     
  • Sat., Aug. 02, 2014 5:30 PM CDT Packers Family Night, presented by Bellin Health

    ‘Family Night’ will serve as the introduction of the 2014 Green Bay Packers, in-person to a capacity crowd in Lambeau Field and on television to a state-wide audience.

    The event, which begins with in-stadium activities at 5:30 p.m., will benefit the Wendy’s Wonderful Kids foster care adoption program, a signature program of the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.

  • Sat., Aug. 09, 2014 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM CDT Packers at Tennessee Titans Packers at Tennessee Titans

Hall of Famers

Reggie White - Class of 2006

 

Defensive End (1993-98)
  • Reggie White Tribute
  • Defensive End -- Tennessee
  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 300
  • Born: Dec. 19, 1961; Chattanooga, Tenn.
  • Passed Away: Dec. 26, 2004; Cornelius, N.C.
  • High School: Howard, Chattanooga, Tenn.
  • NFL Experience: 15 seasons (1985-98, 2000)
  • NFL Teams: Philadelphia Eagles (1985-92), Green Bay Packers (1993-98), Carolina Panthers (2000)
  • USFL Experience: Two seasons (1984-85, Memphis Showboats)
  • NFL Games Played/Started: 232/228
  • Pro Bowl Selections (13): 1986-98

 

At a Glance
Career
  • The most honored athlete ever to play defensive end in the National Football League's long history, Reggie White was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame as a first-ballot inductee, Feb. 4, 2006
  • During a singular and distinguished 15-year NFL career, he earned selection to 13 consecutive Pro Bowls (1986-98), a league record until Bruce Matthews broke the mark in 2002
  • Currently ranks second all-time with 198 quarterback sacks
  • Long a legitimate icon in his game, White had seen his talents, performance and persona elicit the ultimate in superlatives for more than a decade
  • The prepossessing Tennesseean was larger than life, literally and figuratively -- a man apart, both at his position and off the field
  • Twice led the NFL in sacks, sharing the NFL record for number of seasons leading the league
  • In 1987 (while playing just 12 games due to the players' strike) set an NFC mark, 21 sacks, that stood until the Giants' Michael Strahan eclipsed the total with 22 in 2001
  • His nine consecutive seasons with 10-or-more sacks remains an NFL record and his 12 seasons with double-figure sacks is surpassed by only Bruce Smith's 13
  • Fritz Shurmur, the late Green Bay defensive coordinator, paid White the ultimate compliment, calling him "the cornerstone and foundation" of the Packers
  • Without a due-justice method to adequately measure White's electrifying impact upon the Packers' defense in his six seasons there, the best example was probably 1996
  • Under White's leadership that year, Green Bay reached the summit, finishing as the NFL's top-ranked unit for the first time since 1967
  • White and his colleagues led the league in fewest points allowed (210) and set an NFL record for fewest touchdowns allowed in a 16-game season (19)
  • His unit's rankings consistently held top spots in many defensive categories since his arrival upon the Green Bay scene
  • The Green Bay defense soared to second place in 1993 (from a distant 23rd the previous year), when the former Philadelphia Eagles superstar joined the Green and Gold as the most sought-after performer to become available with the advent of unrestricted free agency in the National Football League
  • Head coach Mike Holmgren, for one, was able to put the 1993 performance in practical perspective
  • White "made us a better football team -- no question about it," Holmgren said, documenting this assertion by noting, "We went from 23 on defense to two -- with no noticeable dramatic personnel changes, except for one man."
  • Still at the very top of his game after 13 years, White again saw his on-field superiority documented in 1997 by his selection to the Pro Bowl for an NFL-record 12th straight year, breaking a tie with the San Francisco 49ers' Jerry Rice (1986-96) and the Cincinnati Bengals' Anthony Munoz (1981-91) for the most consecutive times chosen since the 1970 league merger
  • Based largely on his then-status as professional football's all-time sacks leader, White earned a distinguished reservation on the National Football League's 75th Anniversary All-Time Team in August of 1994
  • With 12 career postseason sacks, ranks third in NFL history behind Willie McGinest (16) and Bruce Smith (14)
  • Sacked 75 different quarterbacks over his NFL career, including most-frequent victim Phil Simms (15)
  • Earlier in his career, he had become the fastest player in league history to record 100 career sacks, reaching the century mark in only 93 games, 21 games faster than No. 2 Lawrence Taylor (114)
  • One of the game's most durable performers, he missed a non-strike game for the first time in his career late in the 1995 season (Dec. 10 at Tampa Bay due to a hamstring problem), but was back at his customary stand the following week
  • Had played in 166 consecutive 'union' contests to that point, one of the longest such streaks in NFL history
  • And, despite assorted injuries one would expect late in the career of a lineman, still started his final 73 games in succession, including playoffs, from the '95 postseason to his final contest in 2000 with the Carolina Panthers
  • Was the only player in NFL history to register double-digit sack totals in nine consecutive seasons (1985 through 1993)
  • He in 1993 also became the first Packers defensive end chosen to the Pro Bowl since Ezra Johnson in 1978
  • Impressively productive since his selection by the Eagles as a first-round pick in the NFL's supplemental draft of USFL players in 1984, White amassed 1,151 tackles (822 solo), including his 198 sacks
  • He also posted three interceptions and 57 passes defensed, and forced 32 fumbles and recovered 21, two of the latter for touchdowns
  • In addition, he supplemented those contributions by registering two safeties and blocking four kicks (two FGs, one PAT and one punt)
  • The only player to be selected by Pro Football Weekly on its 1980s and 1990s All-Decade teams, he customarily lined up at defensive end, but also used his strength and speed to wreak havoc on blocking schemes from various positions along the line during his career
  • Launched his pro career with the USFL's Memphis Showboats (1984-85), posting 193 tackles (120 solo) and 23 sacks, and forcing seven fumbles in 34 starts.

All-Time Sacks By Nfl Quarterback
75 passers, 198 sacks, 15 NFL seasons, 232 regular-season games
Phil Simms 15.5 Jay Schroeder 2.5 Drew Bledsoe 1.0
Neil Lomax 13.0 Danny White 2.5 Bubby Brister 1.0
Trent Dilfer 8.0 David Archer 2.0 Mark Brunell 1.0
Jeff Hostetler 7.5 Kerry Collins 2.0 Chris Chandler 1.0
Troy Aikman 7.0 Boomer Esiason 2.0 Randall Cunningham 1.0
Tommy Kramer 6.5 Trent Green 2.0 Koy Detmer 1.0
Chris Miller 6.5 Jim Harbaugh 2.0 Ty Detmer 1.0
John Elway 5.5 Mark Hermann 2.0 Craig Erickson 1.0
Warren Moon 5.0 Gary Hogeboom 2.0 Joe Ferguson 1.0
Steve Pelluer 5.0 Stan Humphries 2.0 Vince Ferragamo 1.0
Brad Johnson 4.5 Danny Kanell 2.0 Rich Gannon 1.0
Scott Mitchell 4.0 Jim Kelly 2.0 Jeff Garcia 1.0
Jim Plunkett 4.0 Erik Kramer 2.0 Jason Garrett 1.0
Jeff Rutledge 4.0 Dan Marino 2.0 Elvis Grbac 1.0
Don Majkowski 3.5 Ken O'Brien 2.0 Steve Grogan 1.0
Jim Everett 3.0 Tom Ramsey 2.0 Blair Kiel 1.0
Stan Gelbaugh 3.0 Mark Rypien 2.0 Bernie Kosar 1.0
Timm Rosenbach 3.0 Mike Tomczak 2.0 Sean Salisbury 1.0
Cliff Stoudt 3.0 Wade Wilson 2.0 Steve Stenstrom 1.0
Jack Trudea 3.0 Vince Evans 1.5 Alex Van Pelt 1.0
Steve Young 3.0 Jim McMahon 1.5 Doug Williams 1.0
Charlie Batch 2.5 Rodney Peete 1.5 Eric Zeier 1.0
Bobby Hebert 2.5 Vinny Testaverde 1.5 Anthony Dilweg 0.5
Dave Krieg 2.5 Steve Beuerlein 1.0 Rick Mirer 0.5
Joe Montana 2.5 Jeff Blake 1.0 Neil O'Donnell 0.5
Statistics
TacklesSacksInterceptionsFumbles
YearTeamGPGSTotalUTATNoYdsNoYdsLGTDPDFRFF
1984 Memphis (USFL) 16 16 95 52 43 11 - 0 0 0 0 - 1 2
1985 Memphis (USFL) 18 18 98 68 30 12 - 0 0 0 0 - 1 5
1985 Philadelphia (NFL) 13 12 100 62 38 13 - 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
1986 Philadelphia (NFL) 16 16 98 83 15 18 - 0 0 0 0 5 0 1
1987 Philadelphia (NFL) 12 12 76 62 14 21 - 0 0 0 0 0 1 4
1988 Philadelphia (NFL) 16 16 133 96 37 18 - 0 0 0 0 0 2 1
1989 Philadelphia (NFL) 16 16 123 82 41 11 - 0 0 0 0 2 2 3
1990 Philadelphia (NFL) 16 16 83 59 24 14 - 1 33 33 0 4 1 4
1991 Philadelphia (NFL) 16 16 100 72 28 15 - 1 0 0 0 13 3 2
1992 Philadelphia (NFL) 16 16 81 54 27 14 - 0 0 0 0 2 1 3
1993 Green Bay (NFL) 16 16 98 67 31 13 87 0 0 0 0 2 2 3
1994 Green Bay (NFL) 16 15 59 41 18 8 71 0 0 0 0 7 1 2
1995 Green Bay (NFL) 15 13 46 37 9 12 96 0 0 0 0 4 0 2
1996 Green Bay (NFL) 16 16 36 21 15 8 50 1 46 46 0 6 3 3
1997 Green Bay (NFL) 16 16 46 36 10 11 73 0 0 0 0 6 2 0
1998 Green Bay (NFL) 16 16 45 33 12 16 98 0 0 0 0 5 0 4
2000 Carolina (NFL) 16 16 27 17 10 5 45 0 0 0 0 1 1 0
NFL Totals (15 seasons) 232 228 1151 822 329 198 - 3 79 46 0 57 21 32
NFL Playoffs 19 18 51 47 4 12 - 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Eagles Totals (eight seasons) 121 120 794 570 224 124 0 2 33 33 0 26 12 18
Packers Totals (six seasons) 95 92 330 235 95 68 476 1 46 46 0 30 8 14
USFL Totals (two seasons) 34 34 193 120 73 23 - 0 0 0 0 - 2 7
USFL Playoffs 2 2 0 - - - - - - - - - - -
Additional Statistics
  • Safeties (2): vs. Washington (12/8/85) and in the playoffs at New Orleans (1/3/93)
  • Blocked field goals (2): at N.Y. Giants (10/12/86) and vs. St. Louis Cardinals (12/7/86)
  • Blocked PAT: vs. Atlanta (10/30/88)
  • Blocked punt: vs. Tampa Bay (10/27/96)
  • Touchdowns (2): 70-yard fumble return at Washington (9/13/87) and 37-yard fumble return at Phoenix Cardinals (9/13/92).

Career Transactions
1984 Selected by Memphis Showboats in 1984 United States Football League Territorial Draft...Signed first USFL contract, Jan. 15...Placed on Memphis developmental squad, March 9...Activated from developmental squad, March 24...Selected by Philadelphia Eagles in first round (fourth overall) of 1984 NFL Supplemental Draft of USFL Players, June 5.
1985 Released by Showboats, Sept. 19...Signed as a supplemental draft selection with Philadelphia Eagles, Sept. 21...Granted commissioner's roster exemption, Sept. 21...Activated from exempt/commissioner's permission list, Sept. 24.
1989 Placed on reserve/did not report list by Eagles, July 28...Activated, Aug. 23.
1993 Granted unrestricted free agency, March 1...Signed with Green Bay Packers as unrestricted free agent, April 9.
1996 Re-signed by Packers to five-year contract extension, Dec. 12.
1999 Placed on reserve/retired list by Packers, Feb. 16.
2000 Terminated by Packers from reserve/retired list, July 22...Signed by Carolina Panthers as free agent, July 24.
2001 Placed on reserve/retired list by Panthers, March 1.