5. LeRoy Butler
We are getting down to the nitty, gritty here in case you couldn’t tell with LeRoy Butler’s name popping up at No. 5.
Butler was drafted in the second round of the 1990 NFL Draft and played his entire career in Green Bay. In fact, he still remains an integral part of the team for the fans thanks to his wonderful coverage of the Packers.
He anchored the secondary of Green Bay and was a huge component to their top-notch defense that led them to two Super Bowl appearances in the late ’90s. He also earned four Pro Bowls and four First-Team All-Pro selections in 1993, 1996, 1997 and 1998.
Who can forget one of his most important contributions to the team, however, as he is the creator of the Lambeau Leap. On a play that could be considered destiny given the multiple errors the referees made, Butler took a pitch from Reggie White to the house and jumped into the stands. This started a tradition like no other in Green Bay and is carried on from year to year.