12. John Kuhn, Fullback
A fan favorite for years, John Kuhn wasn’t known for just his name during his time with the Packers. Many fans enjoyed chanting “KUUUHN!” after pivotal fourth-down conversions on Sunday afternoons, but his three Pro Bowls and first-team All Pro selection shout his name much louder.
Kuhn joined the Packers before the start of the 2007 season after being released by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Upon joining he played an extended role on special teams, eventually working his way into the starting fullback position. He played an integral part in the Packers’ 2010 Super Bowl season, rushing for 281 yards and scoring six total touchdowns.
The Packers elected not to re-sign Kuhn when his contract expired after the 2015 season. He chose to sign with the New Orleans Saints and played 18 games during his time with them. He remains a free agent at the current moment.
Largely due to being undrafted, Kuhn showed a competitive spirit when on the field. He proved it doesn’t take much to be a fan favorite. All you need is a few Pro Bowls, a couple memorable plays and a terrific last name.