Kramer reflects on life experience earned as a Packer

In the second of a two-part edition of Alumni Spotlight, Packers.com Senior Writer Mike Spofford sat down with former Packer guard Jerry Kramer. Kramer explains how consistency defined the Lombardi era Packers and shares his favorite game during the championship streak.

Jerry Kramer began his 11-year NFL career as the Green Bay Packers' fourth round pick in the 1958 draft. A stalwart right guard, he played an integral part in the Packers' famous power sweep. Known as one of the toughest offensive linemen in the league, he was a member of the NFL's 50th anniversary team in 1969 and went on to make All-Pro five times. As offensive guard and kicker for 11 seasons (1958-68), he played in 130 games and scored 177 points. Kramer was a member of five NFL championship teams, including the first two Super Bowl championship teams. He was inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame in 1975.

Jerry Kramer began his 11-year NFL career as the Green Bay Packers' fourth round pick in the 1958 draft. A stalwart right guard, he played an integral part in the Packers' famous power sweep.

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