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2014 Could Be the Ultimate Packers Hall of Fame Class

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The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame is one of the most unique experiences in all of professional sports.

Residing on the grounds of Lambeau Field, the Packer Hall of Fame is 25,000 square foot trip through the history of this great franchise. Memorabilia, old uniforms, a look at what medical services used to be offered, and even an exact replica of  Vince Lombardi’s office, A tribute to decades past, celebrating success for both the team as well as individuals, it is a must visit for any NFL fan, especially for any Packers fan.

Every year, the Hall of Fame inducts players from the past to join their fellow Packer greats. This year, the Packer Hall of Fame will induct Chris Jacke and Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, along with former team president Emil Fischer. They will join 148 other members as the most impactful individuals, either on the field or off, in the history of the Packers.

While the class of 2013 may be set, there is great potential for the class of 2014 to be the biggest induction ceremony Packer fans have ever seen.

With the retirement of Donald Driver and an apparent thawing of the ice Packers and Brett Favre, along with the retirement of Ahman Green in 2011, the possibility for all three of these Packer greats being inducted at the same time exists.

This idea  was first proposed by Jerry Windisch on Twitter, and it is an idea that the Packer  Hall of Fame should definitely consider.

Consider the impact these three players had on the Packers: