The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame is full of many prestigious names: Vince Lombardi, Bart Starr and Brett Favre to name a few.
With wide receiver Greg Jennings being the newest member of the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame on August 30th, the question is: who else should be in?
1. Jordy Nelson
First off, Jordy Nelson makes a great case to be a Packers Hall of Fame inductee in the very near future. The former receiver who played for nine seasons in Green Bay had one hell of a career.
Nelson accumulated 550 catches for 7,848 yards and 69 touchdowns. He was often Aaron Rodgers go to target when it mattered most and he is beloved by Packer fans everywhere.
If his former teammate Greg Jennings can get in the team’s Hall of Fame, Nelson is not too far behind. He ranks among the best receivers in Packers history.
2. TJ Lang
The former Packers left tackle from 2009-16 and along with fellow left guard Josh Sitton, created an offensive line duo that was hard to crack.
3. Julius Peppers
The long-time linebacker and defensive end for the Carolina Panthers, Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers made his mark.
His best season with the team came in 2014 when he accumulated two defensive touchdowns (both on interceptions), 43 tackles and seven sacks. He was a key defensive piece as the team made a deep playoff run that season.
4. Davante Adams
The last player who I believe should be in the Packers Hall of Fame is wide receiver Davante Adams.
Despite his recent departure from Green Bay to Las Vegas, his impact on the Packers offense was second to none. 669 receptions for 8,121 yards and 73 touchdowns for eight tremendous seasons in a Packers uniform.
Adams played with the team from 2014-2021 and was the Packers most valuable offensive player over the last five seasons in particular. He along with Jordy Nelson will always be a favorite amongst the Packers fanbase.