NAME                NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE         YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
Mike Arthur         50    C 6- 3 280 Texas A&M        1  5 27 11 1995 Trade - N. England
Mike Bartrum        48   TE 6- 4 245 Marshall         1  2 25  4 1995 FA - Kansas City
Edgar Bennett       34   RB 6- 0 217 Florida State    4  4 26 16 1992 Draft - 4th round
Dirk Borgognone      9    K 6- 2 221 Pacific          1  1 27  2 1995 FA
Robert Brooks       87   WR 6- 0 180 South Carolina   4  4 25 16 1992 Draft - 3rd round
Gary Brown          71   OT 6- 4 315 Georgia Tech     2  2 24 16 1994 FA - Pittsburgh
Gilbert Brown       93   NT 6- 2 325 Kansas           3  3 24 13 1993 FA - Minnesota
LeRoy Butler        36    S 6- 0 200 Florida State    6  6 27 16 1990 Draft - 2nd round
Mark Chmura         89   TE 6- 5 250 Boston College   3  3 26 16 1992 Draft - 6th round
Shannon Clavelle    91   DE 6- 2 287 Colorado         1  1 26  1 1995 FA - Buffalo
Keith Crawford      45   CB 6- 2 198 Howard Payne     1  2 24 13 1995 FA - Giants (1993)
Ty Detmer           11   QB 6- 0 190 BYU              2  2 27  4 1992 Draft - 9th round
Matthew Dorsett     23   CB 5-11 187 Southern         1  1 22 10 1995 FA
Earl Dotson         72    T 6- 3 310 Texas A&I        3  3 24 16 1993 Draft - 3rd round
Doug Evans          33   CB 6- 1 190 Louisiana Tech   3  3 25 16 1993 Draft - 6th round
Brett Favre          4   QB 6- 2 220 S. Mississippi   4  5 25 16 1992 Trade - Atlanta
Antonio Freeman     86   WR 6- 0 187 Virginia Tech    1  1 23 11 1995 Draft - 3rd round
Harry Galbreath     76    G 6- 1 295 Tennessee        3  8 30 16 1993 UFA - Miami
Bernardo Harris     54   LB 6- 2 243 North Carolina   1  1 23 11 1995 FA
William Henderson   30   FB 6- 1 248 North Carolina   1  1 24 15 1995 Draft - 3rd round
Craig Hentrich      17    P 6- 3 200 Notre Dame       2  2 24 16 1993 FA-Jets (PS-1993)
Darius Holland      90   DT 6- 4 305 Colorado         1  1 21 14 1995 Draft - 3rd round
Mark Ingram         82   WR 5-11 194 Michigan State   1  9 30 16 1995 Trade - Miami
Chris Jacke         13    K 6- 0 205 Texas-El Paso    7  7 29 14 1989 Draft - 6th round
Keith Jackson       88   TE 6- 2 258 Oklahoma         1  8 30  9 1995 Trade - Miami
Travis Jervey       32   RB 5-11 225 The Citadel      1  1 23 16 1995 Draft - 5th round
LeShon Johnson      42   RB 5-11 200 North. Illinois  2  2 24  2 1994 Draft - 3rd round
Sean Jones          96   DE 6- 7 283 Northeastern     2 12 32 16 1994 UFA - Houston
Charles Jordan      80   WR 5-10 183 Long Beach CC    2  2 25  8 1994 Trade - LA Raiders
John Jurkovic       92   NT 6- 2 295 Eastern Illinois 5  5 28 16 1991 FA
Joe Kelly           57   LB 6- 2 235 Washington       1 10 30 13 1995 FA - Rams (1994)
George Koonce       53   LB 6- 1 243 East Carolina    4  4 26 16 1992 FA
Bob Kuberski        94   NT 6- 4 300 Navy             1  1 24  9 1993 Draft - 7th round
Matt LaBounty       97   DE 6- 3 278 Oregon           1  2 24 14 1995 FA - Sea (1993)
Dorsey Levens       25   RB 6- 1 240 Georgia Tech     2  2 25 15 1994 Draft - 5th round
Lenny McGill        22   CB 6- 1 198 Arizona State    2  2 24 15 1994 FA
Jim McMahon          9   QB 6- 1 195 BYU              1 14 36  1 1995 FA - Ari (1994)
Terry Mickens       88   WR 6- 0 198 Florida A&M      2  2 24 16 1994 Draft - 5th round
Anthony Morgan      81   WR 6- 1 200 Tennessee        3  5 27 16 1993 FA - Chicago
Roderick Mullen     28   CB 6- 1 204 Grambling State  1  1 22  8 1995 FA
Craig Newsome       21   CB 6- 0 188 Arizona State    1  1 24 16 1995 Draft - 1st round
Mike Prior          45    S 6- 0 208 Illinois State   3 10 31 16 1993 UFA - Indianapolis
T.J. Rubley         12   QB 6- 3 205 Tulsa            1  2 26  1 1995 FA - Rams (1993)
Ken Ruettgers       75    T 6- 5 292 USC             11 11 33 15 1985 Draft - 1st round
Wayne Simmons       59   LB 6- 2 248 Clemson          3  3 25 16 1993 Draft - 1st round
Joe Sims            68   OL 6- 3 310 Nebraska         4  5 26  4 1992 FA - Atl (1991)
Fred Strickland     55   LB 6- 2 250 Purdue           2  8 29 14 1994 UFA - Minnesota
Aaron Taylor        73    G 6- 4 305 Notre Dame       1  1 22 16 1994 Draft - 1st round
George Teague       31    S 6- 1 195 Alabama          3  3 24 15 1993 Draft - 1st round
Jeff Thomason       83   TE 6- 4 250 Oregon           1  3 25 16 1995 FA - Cin (1993)
Adam Timmerman      63    G 6- 4 288 South Dakota St  1  1 24 13 1995 Draft - 7th round
TRADES AND TRANSACTIONS
MARCH 21 - Traded a 1995 4th-round choice to MIAMI for WR Mark Ingram
MARCH 29 - Traded a 1995 2nd-round choice to MIAMI for TE Keith Jackson and a 1995 4th-round choice (traded earlier for Mark Ingram)
APRIL 22 - Traded a 1995 1st-round and 6th-round choice to CAROLINA for a 1995 1-round supplemental selection (DB Craig Newsome), a 1995 3rd- (DT Darius Holland), and 6th-round (WR Charlie Simmons)
APRIL 22 - Traded QB Mark Brunell to JACKSONVILLE for a 1995 3rd- (FB William Henderson) and 5th-round (RB Travis Jervey) picks
APRIL 22 - Traded a 1995 3rd-round to CLE for a 1995 3rd-round (WR Antonio Freeman) and 5th-round (QB Jay Barker)
AUGUST 11 - Traded WR Bill Schroeder and TE Jeff Wilner to NEW ENGLAND for C Mike Arthur
AUGUST 27 - Traded a 1996 5th-round choice to KANSAS CITY for T Lindsay Knapp 
AUGUST 27 - Traded a 1996 6th-round choice to PHILADELPHIA for T Joe Sims
1995 IN REVIEW
The Green Bay Packers were division champions for the first time since 1972, thanks in part to Pittsburgh WR Yancey Thigpen. With the Steelers trailing
25-21 with six seconds left in the final game of the season, Pittsburgh QB Neil O'Donnell tossed a fourth down pass to Thigpen in the end zone. All alone in
the left corner of the end zone, Thigpen bobbled the ball then hit it with his knee and dropped it. During the course of the game, Brett Favre was sacked by
SS Myron Bell and suffered an injured chest. He also missed two plays in the fourth quarter after getting hit by LB Kevin Greene. Despite the injuries, Favre
passed for 301 yards and two touchdowns. During the season, Favre tore ligaments in his ankle, but would lead the NFL with 38 touchdown passes and
was named NFL MVP. After losing Sterling Sharpe, the Packers offered a contract to Andre Rison that was the largest for a wide receiver in the league, but
he decided to sign with Cleveland. Green Bay acquired TE Keith Jackson, but he held out until mid-October. Mark Ingram was acquired from Miami. With all
those moves, it turned out the best replacement was already on the roster. WR Robert Brooks caught 102 passes for a team-record 1,497 yards. Edgar
Bennett became the first Packer running back to run for more than 1,000 yards (1,067) since Terdell Middleton in 1978. When all was said and done, Green
Bay had won 11 games in a season for the first time since 1966, and made it to the NFL Championship Game. While they would fall short to the Dallas
Cowboys, Green Bay had turned the corner and would be a legitimate Super Bowl contender when the 1996 season began.
BRETT FAVRE'S BACKUPS
T.J. Rubley's (Pictured to the right) decision to audible in a November 1995 game against the Vikings will go down in team lore, as long as Packer fans look
for plays to depress them. Rubley was one of 11 backups during Favre's tenure:
* DON MAJKOWSKI (1992) - Majkowski never took another snap in the 1992 season after going down in Week Three and turning the QB job over to Favre.
He would go on to play with Detroit and Indianapolis after being cut in 1993.
* TY DETMER (1992-95) - Detmer never played in 1992 and appeared in two games in mopup roles in 1993. He once again stood on the sidelines during
the entire 1994 season. In 1995, he came into the infamous Rubley game when Farve went down, completing 8-of-15 passes before being injured himself.
He signed a free agent deal with Philadelphia in 1995, where he played two season. After that, he bounced around - San Francisco (1998), Cleveland
(1999-2000), Detroit (2001-2003), Atlanta (2004-2005)
* MARK BRUNELL (1993-94) - Brunell appeared in two games in 1994, one in relief of Favre. He was traded to Jacksonville, where he threw for 25,698
yards and 144 touchdowns in nine season. He also spent three years in Washington (2004-2006), where he threw for 6033 yards and 38 touchdowns.
New Orleans signed him in 2008 in an emergency backup role.
* T.J. RUBLEY (1995) - He came to Green Bay from the Rams, where he started 7 games in 1993. After the Packers and Broncos (1996) released him, he
found success with the Rhein Fire of the WLAF and played briefly with Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the CFL where he found less
success.
* BOB GAGLIANO (1995) - Never appeared in a game. He was drafted into the by the Kansas City Chiefs in 1981, and ended up playing for six NFL teams,
including the Detroit Lions, where he was first pegged with the nickname "The Goose". His best season came in 1990, when he threw for 1,190 yards and
twn touchdowns for the Lions. He also played for the USFL’s Denver Gold. 
* DOUG PEDERSON (1995-98, 2001-04) - He was the starting quarterback when Don Shula won for the 325th time, an NFL record, in 1993.  Pederson
would not throw another pass in the NFL until 1998, when he appeared in 12 games for the Packers. He moved to Philadelphia as a free agent, where he
threw for 1,276 yards and 7 touchdowns. Pederson started nine games for the 1999 Eagles, while they waited for Donovan McNabb to develop. In 2000,
Cleveland signed Pederson to start until Tim Couch was ready to take over. In 11 games (eight starts), he threw for 1,047 yards and 2 touchdowns, but 8
interceptions. Pederson returned to Green Bay in 2001, and served as the top backup to Favre until he retired after the 2004 season. In 66 games with the
Packers, he threw 77 passes and completed 46, with 3 touchdowns and two interceptions.
* JIM MCMAHON (1995-96) - He was best known for wearing his Chicago Bears #9 jersey, when the Packers visited the White House in 1997. He said it was that the Bears never got to go to the White House after they won Super Bowl XX, due to the event being canceled due to the Shuttle Challenger disaster.
FOR MORE FAVRE BACKUPS, GO TO THE 1997 PACKERS
NAME                NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE         YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
Reggie White        92   DE 6- 5 300 Tennessee        3 11 33 15 1993 UFA - Philadelphia
Gabe Wilkins        98   DE 6- 4 300 Gardner-Webb     2  2 23 13 1994 Draft - 4th round
Brian Williams      51   LB 6- 1 240 USC              1  1 22 13 1995 Draft - 3rd round
Jeff Wilner         83   TE 6- 4 250 Wesleyan         2  2 23  2 1994 FA
Marcus Wilson       29   RB 6- 1 215 Virginia         4  5 27 14 1992 FA-Raiders (1991)
Frank Winters       52    C 6- 3 295 West Illinois    4  9 31 16 1992 Plan B-Kansas City
NO - Jersey Number POS - Position HGT - Height WGT - Weight YR - Years with Packers PR - Years of Professional Football AGE - Age on September 1 G - Games  Played FA - Free Agent
1995 PACKERS PRACTICE SQUAD
NAME                POS COLLEGE           HOW ACQUIRED
Robert Bass          LB Miami (FL)        1995 FA
Dirk Borgognone       K Pacific           1995 FA
Shannon Clavelle     DE Colorado          1995 FA - Buffalo
Seth Dittman          T Stanford          1995 FA
Jeff Fields          DT Arkansas State    1995 FA - LA Rams
Reggie Holt           S Wisconsin         1995 FA
Mike McCoy           QB Utah              1995 FA
Randy Neal           LB Virginia          1995 FA
Charlie Simmons      WR Georgia Tech      1995 Draft - 6th round
Joe Wood              K Air Force         1995 FA
Ronnie Woolfork      LB Colorado          1995 FA - Miami
Bold - Made Active Roster
1995 PACKERS DRAFT (April 22-23, 1995)
RND-PCK NAME                POS COLLEGE       NOTES
1    22 Traded to Carolina in 1995 draft-day trade
1    32 Craig Newsome        CB Arizona State (A) 
2    53 Traded to Miami in Keith Jackson/Mark Ingram trades
3a   65 Darius Holland       DT Colorado      (A)
3b   66 William Henderson    FB N. Carolina   (B) 
3c   73 Brian Williams       LB USC           (C) 
3d   84 Traded to Cleveland
3d   90 Antonio Freeman      WR Virginia Tech (D) 
4   117 Jeff Miller           T Mississippi 
5   152 Traded to LA Raiders for Charles Jordan
5a  160 Jay Barker           QB Alabama       (D)
5b  170 Travis Jervey        RB The Citadel   (B)
6   173 Charlie Simmons      WR Georgia Tech  (A)
7   230 Adam Timmerman        G S. Dakota St.
A-From Carolina in 1995 draft-day trade B-From Jacksonville in Mark Brunell trade C-From Seattle for Corey Harris D-From Cleveland
Bold Italics - Played for the Green Bay Packers
FREE AGENCY - UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
PLAYERS SIGNED - None
PLAYERS LOST - DT Matt Brock (N.Y. Jets), DE Don Davey (Jacksonville), S Tim Hauck (Denver), TE Reggie Johnson (Philadelphia), LB Bryce Paup (Buffalo), G Joe Sims (Philadelphia), RB Darrell Thompson (Chicago), TE Ed West (Indianapolis)
FREE AGENCY - RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
PLAYERS LOST - CB Corey Harris (Seattle)
TRANSISTION PLAYER DESIGNATION - S LeRoy Butler
1995 PRE-SEASON RESULTS (3-1)
AUGUST (3-1)                           RESULT       RECORD    ATT STARTING QB             LEADING RUSHER              LEADING PASSER              LEADING RECEIVER
5  MADISON-NEW ORLEANS SAINTS         W 27-17       1- 0-0 49,071 Brett Favre             Russell White (41)          Ty Detmer (82)              Antonio Freeman (3-33)
13 at Pittsburgh Steelers             W 36-13       2- 0-0 49,025 Brett Favre             Russell White (31)          Ty Detmer (151)             Charles Jordan (5-55)
19 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS                 L 17-20 (OT)  2- 1-0 55,624 Brett Favre             Russell White (68)          Brett Favre (159)           Antonio Freeman (3-59)
26 WASHINGTON REDSKINS                W 35-23       3- 1-0 58,824 Brett Favre             Marcus Wilson (72)          Brett Favre (101)           Mark Chmura (4-59)
1995 REGULAR SEASON RESULTS (11-5)
SEPTEMBER (3-1)
3  ST. LOUIS RAMS (0-0)               L 14-17       0- 1-0 60,104 Brett Favre             Brett Favre (27)            Brett Favre (299)           Robert Brooks (8-70)
11 at Chicago Bears (1-0)             W 27-24       1- 1-0 64,855 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (96)          Brett Favre (312)           Robert Brooks (8-161)
17 NEW YORK GIANTS (0-2)              W 14- 6       2- 1-0 60,117 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (87)          Brett Favre (141)           Robert Brooks (5-47)
24 at Jacksonville Jaguars (0-3)      W 24-14       3- 1-0 66,744 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (66)          Brett Favre (202)           Dorsey Levens (4-49)
OCTOBER (2-2)
8  at Dallas Cowboys (4-1)            L 24-34       3 -2-0 64,806 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (50)          Brett Favre (295)           Robert Brooks (10-124)
15 DETROIT LIONS (2-3)                W 30-21       4- 2-0 60,302 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (77)          Brett Favre (342)           Mark Chumra (5-61)
22 MINNESOTA VIKINGS (3-3)            W 38-21       5- 2-0 60,332 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (71)          Brett Favre (295)           Mark Chmura (5-101)
29 at Detroit Lions (2-5)             L 16-24       5- 3-0 73,462 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (121)         Brett Favre (304)           Robert Brooks (6-127)
NOVEMBER (3-1)
5  at Minnesota Vikings (3-5)         L 24-27       5- 4-0 62,839 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (70)          Brett Favre (177)           Robert Brooks (9-120)
12 CHICAGO BEARS (6-3)                W 35-28       6- 4-0 59,996 Brett Favre             Dorsey Levens (26)          Brett Favre (336)           Robert Brooks (6-138)
19 at Cleveland Browns (4-6)          W 31-20       7- 4-0 55,388 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (71)          Brett Favre (210)           Robert Brooks (5-48)
26 TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (6-5)         W 35-13       8- 4-0 59,218 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (60)          Brett Favre (267)           Robert Brooks (6-114)
DECEMBER (3-1)
3  CINCINNATI BENGALS (5-7)           W 24-10       9- 4-0 60,318 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (80)          Brett Favre (339)           Mark Chmura (7-109)
10 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-7)      L 10-13 (OT)  9- 5-0 67,557 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (42)          Brett Favre (285)           Robert Brooks (9-122)
16 at New Orleans Saints (6-8)        W 34-23      10- 5-0 50,132 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (80)          Brett Favre (308)           Robert Brooks (5-118)
24 PITTSBURGH STEELERS (11-4)         W 24-19      11- 5-0 60,649 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (57)          Brett Favre (301)           Robert Brooks (11-137)
1995 PLAYOFFS (2-1)
DECEMBER - NFC WILDCARD PLAYOFF
31 ATLANTA FALCONS (9-7)              W 37-20              60,453 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (108)         Brett Favre (199)           Robert Brooks (7-73)
JANUARY - NFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF
6  at San Francisco 49ers (11-5)      W 27-17              69,311 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (51)          Brett Favre (299)           Robert Brooks (4-103)
NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
14 at Dallas Cowboys (13-4)           L 27-38              65,135 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (46)          Brett Favre (307)           Robert Brooks (6-105)
THE PACKER TAPES (1995): "Longtime team athletic trainer Domenic Gentile wrote this enjoyable book — The Packer Tapes: My 32 Years With The Green Bay Packers — after he retired in 1992, following one last year under Ron Wolf and Mike Holmgren. From the Wisconsin Athletic Trainers’ Association: “In 1961, he was hired by the Green Bay Packers and head coach Vince Lombardi as an assistant to head athletic trainer, Bud Jorgensen. He became the head athletic trainer in 1970 and remained in that position until his retirement following the 1992-93 football season. During his tenure with the Packers, he was an integral part of five NFL Championships, including the first two Super Bowls.” “He will long be remembered for the compassion toward others and his dedication to the profession of athletic training. He has positively affected the lives of countless people and has served as an excellent role model of what an athletic trainer should be, both on and off the field of play.” This book is full of behind-the-scenes stories of some of the greatest Packers players and coaches over 30 years. A must read for the amateur Green Bay football historian." - Packerville, USA for more content and pictures
THE GREEN BAY PACKER HALL OF FAME (1995): "The Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame book was published in 1995, which is when we purchased our copy at the Hall’s original location. It is a history of the Hall up to that point in time, and was a product of all the excitement surrounding the revitalized team during the Ron Wolf-Mike Holmgren era. All of the Hall’s enshrinee’s are profiled in the book, as are articles on various aspects of the franchise’s long, storied history. Since it was a localized-specific publication, our first attempts at locating copies for sale were unsuccessful. If anyone finds where an interested reader may pick up a copy, please let us know." - Packerville, USA for more content and pictures
HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE (1995): "From the book description: “Ken Ruettgers draws from years of experience as a father, offensive tackle for the Green Bay Packers, and public figure to point you to the individual who has more influence over your child than all the superstar media personalities combined....You. Recognizing that our society has a great need for role models, and few individuals successfully rise to the challenge, The Home Field Advantage assures readers that "Yes, you are a role model… whether you own up to it or not. You are being watched. You are touching lives. You are shaping young lives for good or for incalculable harm." Filled with the stories of everyday heroes who may never make the pages of Sports Illustrated — but who may very well find their way into heaven's highlight clips — this book offers powerful advice for men who want to maximize their influence for generations to come.” " - Packerville, USA for more content and pictures
The 1995 Green Bay Packers - 11-5 (NFC Central Champion)
Head Coach: Mike Holmgren