14. Bubba Franks
Bubba Franks didn’t catch many passes, but when he did, it was a touchdown.
Franks was selected in the first round (14th overall) out of the University of Miami back in 2000 and was a relative disappointment given his high draft position. He only caught 262 passes throughout his eight years in Green Bay, ranking third on the team for the decade.
However, it was what he did with those catches that really meant something and the reason he’s at No. 14. Three times throughout his career, he finished with seven or more touchdown receptions and racked up 32 total during his Packers’ career (second most). He was an obvious favorite of Brett Favre’s in the red zone and was as reliable as they come.
Franks made three consecutive Pro Bowls during his time with the Packers from 2001-2003. He ended his Green Bay Career in 2007 as one of the more decorated tight ends in team history.