Best of the Packers: Top 10 offensive linemen since 1960

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4. Frank Winters (1992-2002)

The Green Bay Packers signed backup guard Frank Winters as a Plan B free agent from the Kansas City Chiefs in March 1992 and after a season of starting at left guard, Winters found a home in the middle of the line for the next decade.

Moved to center in 1993, Winters was a Pro Bowler in 1996 while anchoring the line that helped Green Bay to its first Super Bowl title in nearly 30 years.

In 11 seasons with the Packers, Winters played in 156 games and started 141.

Originally a 10th-round pick of the Cleveland Browns out of Western Illinois in the 1987 NFL Draft, Winters played two seasons with the Browns, one with the New York Giants and two with the Chiefs before coming to Green Bay.

He was inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame in 2008.

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