Green Bay Packers: Top 10 Running Backs of All Time

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7. Dorsey Levens

Dorsey Levens sits at number seven on our list with the contributions he made for the organization when they needed him most.

During the Super Bowl run of 1996, Levens broke out in the NFC Championship game rushing for more than 80 yards and then was the Packers leading rusher in the Super Bowl victory that season.

Levens also was huge for the team when Edgar Bennett tore his Achillies in 1997, filling in to rush for 1,435 yards and seven touchdowns. He also hit 1,000 yards rushing in 1999.

Levens played for the Packers from 1994-2001 and his 1997 season will go down as his biggest accomplishment next to being a big part of the Super Bowl winning season in 1996.

Levens rushed for 3,937 yards in Green Bay, ranking him sixth all-time. His 28 touchdowns rank him eighth all-time.

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