If you missed the first part, you can find it here …
Kramer, who now lives in Boise, Idaho, in what he calls a comfortable apartment, spent many years on a ranch in the western state – loving every minute.
And he should …
He spent his professional football career in Green Bay, Wisconsin, a place he couldn’t quite find on a map when he was drafted by the Packers back in 1959. All he knew was that it was “by a big lake.”
Much has transpired since those days prior to championships and legacies – not only for Kramer, but for all the coaches, equipment managers, trainers, and fellow teammates who were a part of the Green Bay Packers of the 1960s.
In this second of a two-part audio-video mini-series produced by lombardiave.com’s own P.J. Root, Kramer talks about life as a Green Bay Packers, his teammates, and how the game has changed from when he played.
So here you go … take a few minutes to listen to this man. He has a lot to say, important things to say … We’re sure you will enjoy it.