4. Ahman Green
Ahman Green was an absolute beast and makes a strong argument to be even higher than No. 4 on this list.
He was selected by the Seattle Seahawks in the third round of the 1998 draft and played his first two seasons there. He hardly saw the field and they eventually traded him to Green Bay due to his inability to hold onto the football.
The Packers received Green and a fifth round pick in the deal in exchange for Troy Vinson and a sixth-rounder and this was another dandy of a deal for the Packers.
Even though he continued his fumbling woes with Green Bay, he was a dynamic rusher who topped 1100 yards in his very first season with the Packers. 2000 was also the year that began a streak of five straight seasons with over 1000 yards including an incredible 1883 yards in 2003.
Green earned four Pro Bowls with the Packers and saw his Green Bay career end in 2006 when he moved on to the Houston Texans. His 8322 rushing yards dwarf everyone else in the rankings for the decade, as does his 54 touchdowns. He’s truly one of the Packers’ all-time greats as well.