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  1. Augusto
    03/26/2021

    I loved watching D-Bak, Sitton, Linsley, T.J. Lang and Bulaga playing alongside. Also remember Big B.J. Raji. Not that he was one of the best, but that INT against CHI brings me good memories.

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    • Michael Rodney
      03/27/2021

      Raji walking away from football at age 29 is still so surprising. If Dom Capers played him at his proper position, I think he would’ve made this list.

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  2. joe
    03/27/2021

    It’s a shame Eddie Lee Ivery had such bad injury luck or he’d probably be on here, I thought he was going to be special.

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  3. Tom
    03/27/2021

    Agree about Ivery. The Packers finally drafted the right player in the first round, and then he gets hurt in two of his first three seasons. Pretty much epitomized Packers football in the 80s. Even the few good things turned to crap.

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  4. Zack
    03/28/2021

    As somebody who followed the Packers in the 80s, no player symbolizes that time period better than Bruce Clark, who would’ve been on this list had he not preferred playing in the CFL to playing in Green Bay.

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