Green Bay Packers: Top 10 defensive linemen of all time

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5. Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila

In all honesty, Gbaja-Biamila is one of the most difficult defensive lineman from Packers history to rank. On the one hand, he’s the franchise’s all-time leader in career sacks with 74.5, and also a member of the Packers Hall of Fame.

However, on the other hand, KGB was never quite a complete defensive end, and I’m not sure he was even as dominant during his era as some of the other players on this list.

As an undersized defensive end at 6-foot-3 and 249 pounds, KGB spent a majority of his career as a pass rush specialist. In fact, of his 10 seasons in Green Bay, he was only a full-time starter for four of them (’03-’06).

Despite being a bit one-dimensional, the Packers former fifth-round pick was incredibly quick and explosive off the line. He could get after the passer, and very few offensive lineman could beat him around the edge.

It was this unique burst off the snap that led KGB to go on an incredible run from 2001-2004 where he exceeded double-digit sacks in four consecutive seasons–a feat no other player in franchise history has accomplished.

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