4 Packers who are on track for the Hall of Fame one day

Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
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Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers
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The Packers have a rich history and the second-most Hall of Famers. Which recent or current players are on the same trajectory?

Bragging rights amongst fans are always welcomed. When you’re a fan of the Green Bay Packers you usually have some powerful ammo when going into battle with fans of other teams.

Who won the most championships? Green Bay with 13 NFL titles. Who’s the only team owned by their fans? Only the team from the smallest city in professional sports, the Packers.

What stadium is the oldest and continuously used in the NFL? The beautiful Lambeau Field.

As you can see, the Packers and their fans have plenty to boast about. But, one area we fall short at is the most Hall of Famers.

According to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the Packers fall just short of the hated Chicago Bears. The Bears have 26 primary contributors and five minors and the Packers have 20 and five.

Primary contributors are those that made their primary contribution with that team and minors are players that played for that team in their career.

With the more recent success of the Packers over the Bears, one would assume they could catch up with them in the near future. With that in mind, I started to wonder which current or recent Packers could be next to go into the Hall of Fame?

Here is my list of two recent Packers and two current Packers I think could go in and if they would be primary or minor.