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when he departed ranked second (then) among tight ends in club history with 25 TD grabs.
He deserves points for always answering the call: West played in 167 games from 1984 94 with 104 starts and totaled 202 catches for 2,321 yards. He also has the top nickname among all Packers tight ends, "Tool Box. "5. Bubba Franks (2000 2007) Franks arrived with huge expectations after being selected 14th overall, and he only recorded over 50 catches Nike Womens Roshe Run Running Shoes
8. Rich McGeorge (1970 78) Selected 16th overall, the lanky McGeorge appeared in 116 games. He was steady on teams that often struggled, serving as a complementary target and picking up first downs, with McGeorge's best stretch coming from 1974 76. He ranks 10th among tight ends with 175 catches for 2,370 yards and 13 TDs. 7. Donald Lee (2005 2009) Don't sleep on Lee when it comes to all timers in the rich history of Green Bay tight ends. He has been a workhorse, playing in 92 games. From 2007 09, he became the first tight end since Coffman to post three straight seasons with over 35 grabs. It hasn't always been pretty but, in the classic tight end way, he has kept a low profile while moving the chains, scoring 17 TDs and posting 12 catches over 25 yards. 6. Ed West (1984 94) Never Nike Roshe Shoe Palace drafted, West was a solid though unspectacular player and Nike Roshe One Mens Shoes Black/White
e position, all time greats like Ron Kramer and Marv Fleming. The club also has had more recent targets such as Paul Coffman and Mark Chmura make multiple Pro Bowl trips because of their versatility. Here's a look at the top 10 tight ends to wear the green and gold. 10. Jackie Harris (1990 93) After being selected in the fourth round, Harris started 32 of 60 games and was a consistent contributor during his four year stint with the Packers, so he'll sneak in at 10th. His best years were his final two, when he opened 28 contests and had 97 grabs. Harris ranks eighth all time among Packers tight ends in yardage with 1,620. 9. Keith Jackson (1995 96) Though he only appeared in 25 regular season games with the Packers, Jackson made an impact and is considered one of the NFL's top tight ends of the last two decades for his full body of work. In 1996, his final NFL season, he had 40 grabs for 505 yards and 10 TDs for Green Bay. After joining the club at midseason in 1995, the three time All Pro was Nike Roshe Run Blue And Black
once. A sturdy and tall target at 6 6, he was dangerous around the end zone, scoring 31 TDs to rank second behind Coffman in team record books at the position. His 27 TD grabs from 2001 04 only trailed Tony Gonzales. Injuries eventually led to Franks' undoing in Green Bay, after three trips to the Pro Bowl. 4. Mark Chmura (1993 99) Also a three time Pro Bowl selection, Chmura was among the NFL's best for a stretch during the mid 1990s, with good hands, powerful blocking and toughness. Fans loved the way he sought contact and punished defensive backs, and during 1995 96 Chmura and Jackson formed the league.
clutch in the playoffs, with 223 yards on 12 catches and a pair of TDs. The memories of his performances shine, but he suffers on the longevity scale.
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