13. Dorsey Levens
Dorsey Levens was one of everyone’s favorite running backs growing up and helped lead a two-headed monster in the backfield alongside Edgar Bennett.
Levens was selected in the 5th round in 1994 and joined a budding team on the up-and-up. He helped provide a dual-threat running back and was equally dangerous rushing the ball or catching it out of the backfield.
Throughout his Packer career, he amassed 3937 rushing yards and 2079 receiving yards as well. He also scored four touchdowns in one game back on Jan 2, 2000, against the Arizona Cardinals. That’s tied with six Packer players for the second-most in team history.
Levens holds a plethora of other Packer records including the third most rushing yards in a single season, third-most rushing yards in a game (190) and the third most yards from scrimmage in a season.
He was a valued part of the Packers’ attack and was often lost in all the commotion surrounding Brett Favre. However, he gets his due on this list.