Even after making several moves at safety this offseason, there are still questions the Packers need to answer. Who starts next to Darnell Savage? Is Savage entering his final year in Green Bay? Which safeties make the roster and who misses out?
LeRoy Butler would fix that. The Pro Football Hall of Famer is one of the Packers' all-time great defensive backs, and he played a crucial role in the team's Super Bowl victory in 1997.
A four-time first-team All-Pro, four-time Pro Bowler, part of the NFL 1990s All-Decade Team, and a Super Bowl champion, Butler did it all for the Packers. He also created the 'Lambeau Leap'.
He spent his entire NFL career with the Packers, playing in 181 games with 165 starts. He made 38 interceptions for Green Bay, including a career-high six in 1993.
Butler loves the Packers. He announced a couple of draft picks last month and is one of the nominees to join the team's board of directors.
While announcing one of the Packers' picks in the draft, Butler said: "Jordan Love, we got some help for you."
You know what else would help Jordan Love? LeRoy Butler starting at safety in Green Bay's defense.
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