Greg Koch proudly remembers high-powered offenses

In this edition of Alumni Spotlight, Packers.com Senior Writer Mike Spofford sat down with former Packers RT Greg Koch. Koch spoke highly of his fellow offensive linemen, shared memories of Bears week in his era, and recalled his favorite game as a Packer.

Greg Koch, a second-round draft choice in 1977 from Arkansas, played nine seasons (1977-85) in Green Bay, appearing in 133 games. A fixture at right tackle almost immediately upon his arrival, he was a second-team All-Pro selection following the 1982 season and was part of one of the greatest offenses in club history when the Packers amassed 6,172 yards in 1983, the fourth-best output ever in club annals. He was inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame in 2010.

Greg Koch, a second-round draft choice in 1977 from Arkansas, played nine seasons (1977-85) in Green Bay, appearing in 133 games.

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