Henderson tells about his most memorable game

Remember when William Henderson wore number 30 with the Green Bay Packers?

In fact, he wore #30 for the first three years he wore the Green and Gold. And it was when he was wearing that number as a rookie that he talks about in the video below that’s provided by the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.

When asked about his most memorable game, he initially talks about his experience in Super Bowl XXXI when he led the blocking for Edgar Bennett. However, he quickly dispels any thoughts that his was him most memorable game. Instead, he takes everyone back to his rookie season and the time when coach Mike Holmgren “challenged” him.

He also talks about a Minnesota Viking who he was assigned to keep off the Packers running backs.

Take a look at the video and see if you can figure out who the Viking he mentions is … If you know, let me know because I’m not sure …

Here’s the link to the video at the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame …

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