NAME                NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE         YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
Joe Andruzzi        70    G 6- 3 310 S.Connecticut St 1  1 23 15 1998 FA
Roosevelt Blackmon  23   CB 6- 1 185 Morris Brown     1  1 23  3 1998 Draft - 4th round
Michael Blair       27   RB 5-11 245 Ball State       1  1 23 11 1998 FA
Juran Bolden        46   CB 6- 2 201 Delta Comm Coll  1  3 24  3 1998 FA - Atlanta
Vaughn Booker       96DE-DT 6- 5 300 Cincinnati       1  5 30 16 1998 Trade - K City
Corey Bradford      85   WR 6- 1 197 Jackson State    1  1 22  8 1998 Draft - 5th round
Robert Brooks       87   WR 6- 0 180 South Carolina   7  7 28 12 1992 Draft - 3rd round
Gilbert Brown       93   NT 6- 2 350 Kansas           6  6 27 12 1993 FA - Minnesota
Jonathan Brown      91   DE 6- 4 265 Tennessee        1  1 22  4 1998 Draft - 3rd round
LeRoy Butler        36    S 6- 0 198 Florida State    9  9 30 16 1990 Draft - 2nd round
Mark Chmura         89   TE 6- 5 255 Boston College   6  6 29 15 1992 Draft - 6th round
Kerry Cooks         45    S 5-11 202 Iowa             1  1 24  9 1998 FA
Russell Copeland    16   WR 6- 0 200 Memphis State    1  5 26  3 1998 FA - Philadelphia
Rob Davis           60   LS 6- 3 290 Shippensburg     2  3 29 16 1997 FA - Chi (1996)
Tyrone Davis        81   TE 6- 4 252 Virginia         2  4 26 13 1997 Trade - NY Jets
Jeff Dellenbach     67    C 6- 6 300 Wisconsin        3 14 35 16 1996 FA - New England
Earl Dotson         72    T 6- 3 315 Texas A&I        6  6 27 16 1993 Draft - 3rd round
Santana Dotson      71   DT 6- 5 285 Baylor           3  7 28 16 1996 UFA - Tampa Bay
Brett Favre          4   QB 6- 2 230 S. Mississippi   7  8 28 16 1992 Trade - Atlanta
Mike Flanagan       58    C 6- 5 290 UCLA             1  1 24  2 1996 Draft - 3rd round
Antonio Freeman     86   WR 6- 0 198 Virginia Tech    4  4 26 15 1995 Draft - 3rd round
Scott Galbraith     47   TE 6- 2 254 USC              1  9 31  1 1998 FA - Dallas (1997)
Bernardo Harris     54   LB 6- 2 248 North Carolina   4  4 26 16 1995 FA
Raymont Harris      29   RB 6- 0 225 Ohio State       1  5 29  8 1998 UFA - Chi (1997)
William Henderson   30   FB 6- 1 245 North Carolina   4  4 27 16 1995 Draft - 3rd round
Vonnie Holliday     90   DE 6- 5 296 North Carolina   1  1 22 12 1998 Draft - 1st round
Lamont Hollinquest  56   LB 6- 3 250 USC              3  5 27 14 1996 FA - Wash (1994)
Darick Holmes       22   RB 6- 0 226 Portland State   1  4 27 11 1998 Trade - Buffalo
Travis Jervey       32   RB 5-11 222 The Citadel      4  4 26  8 1995 Draft - 5th round
Jim Kitts           48   FB 6- 1 245 Ferrum           1  2 25  2 1998 FA - Washington
George Koonce       53   LB 6- 1 245 East Carolina    7  7 29 14 1992 FA
Bob Kuberski        94   NT 6- 4 298 Navy             4  4 27 16 1993 Draft - 7th round
Sean Landeta         7    P 6- 0 200 Towson State     1 14 36 16 1998 UFA - T Bay (1997)
Dorsey Levens       25   RB 6- 1 228 Georgia Tech     5  5 28  7 1994 Draft - 5th round
Antonio London      57   LB 6- 2 238 Alabama          1  6 27  1 1998 FA - Det (1997)
Ryan Longwell        8    K 6- 0 192 California       2  2 24 16 1997 FA - San Francisco
Billy Lyon          98   DT 6- 5 295 Marshall         1  1 24  4 1997 FA
Brian Manning       82   WR 5-11 186 Stanford         1  2 23  3 1998 FA - Miami (1997)
Derrick Mayes       80   WR 6- 0 205 Notre Dame       3  3 24 10 1996 Draft - 2nd round
Scott McGarrahan    43    S 6- 1 197 New Mexico       1  1 24 15 1998 Draft - 6th round
Keith McKenzie      95   DE 6- 3 264 Ball State       3  3 24 16 1996 Draft - 7th round
Craig Newsome       21   CB 6- 0 190 Arizona State    4  4 27 13 1995 Draft - 1st round
Doug Pederson       18   QB 6- 3 215 NE Lousiana      3  4 30 12 1996 FA - Miami (1993)
Roell Preston       88   WR 5-10 195 Mississippi      2  4 26 16 1997 FA - Atl (1996)
Mike Prior          45    S 6- 0 208 Illinois State   6 13 34 16 1993 UFA - Indianapolis
Marco Rivera        62    G 6- 4 305 Penn State       2  2 26 15 1996 Draft - 6th round
Bill Schroeder      84   WR 6- 2 198 UW-La Crosse     2  2 27 13 1996 FA - New England
Darren Sharper      42   DB 6- 2 210 William & Mary   2  2 22 16 1997 Draft - 2nd round
Rod Smith           31   CB 5-11 187 Notre Dame       1  7 28  8 1998 FA - Carolina
Pat Terrell         40    S 6- 1 208 Notre Dame       1  9 30 16 1998 UFA - Car (1997)
Jeff Thomason       83   TE 6- 4 255 Oregon           4  6 28 16 1995 FA - Cin (1993)
Adam Timmerman      63    G 6- 4 300 South Dakota St  4  4 27 16 1995 Draft - 7th round
Ross Verba          78    T 6- 4 302 Iowa             2  2 24 14 1997 Draft - 1st round
Jude Waddy          54   LB 6- 2 220 William & Mary   1  1 22 14 1998 FA
TRADES AND TRANSACTIONS
APRIL 6 - Traded QB Steve Bono to ST. LOUIS for a conditional 1999 draft choice (S Chris Akins, seventh round)
APRIL 18 - Traded a 1998 1st - and 2nd-round choice to MIAMI for a 1998 1st-round selection (DT Vonnie Holliday)
APRIL 19 - Traded a 1998 5th-round choice to OAKLAND for a 1998 6th-round draft choice (S Scott McGarrahan) and a 1999 6th-round selection (later dealt to back to Raiders)
APRIL 23 - Traded a 1999 7th-round choice to DETROIT for RB Glyn Milburn
MAY 13 - Traded DT Darius Holland to KANSAS CITY for DE Vaughn Booker
AUGUST 19 - Traded undisclosed draft choice to NY JETS for P Brian Hansen
AUGUST 21 - Traded K Brett Conway to NY JETS for past considerations
AUGUST 24 - Traded a 1998 6th-round draft choice to JACKSONVILLE for DL Paul Frase
AUGUST 30 - Traded LB Seth Joyner to DENVER for past considerations.  Traded RB Glyn Milburn to CHICAGO for a 1999 7th-round draft choice (WR Donald Driver)
AUGUST 31 - Traded C Mike Flanagan to CAROLINA for undisclosed drafty choice
SEPTEMBER 29 - Traded a 1999 4th-round draft choice to BUFFALO for RB Darick Holmes
1998 IN REVIEW
A third straight trip to the Super Bowl, an entirely realistic goal at the outset, eluded the Packers in 1998, their 80th season. Historic accomplishment, however, did not. Overcoming multiple injury
 problems along the way, including the loss of Pro Bowl running back Dorsey Levens for nine games and center Frank Winters for the stretch run and postseason, each with a broken leg, they
advanced to the playoffs for the sixth year in a row, a team record, while posting a seventh straight winning season. They also set another team record by stretching their Lambeau Field winning
streak to 25 games -- the second-longest in NFL history -- before falling to the Minnesota Vikings the night of October 5. They went on to close out the regular season with an 11-5 mark, thus
equaling another team standard by posting a double-digit victory total for the fourth consecutive year (following an 11-5 record in 1995 and 13-3 marks in both 1996 and 1997). The latter was only the
second such parlay in the franchise's annals, the first having come 67 years earlier, recorded by team founder Curly Lambeau's triple NFL champions of 1929-32 (12-0-1 in 1929, 10-3-1 in 1930,
12-2 in 1931 and 10-3-1 in 1932). In the wake of these considerable achievements, the Packers' season came to a dramatic and painful end in an NFC Wild Card playoff game at San Francisco on
January 3, 1999, when they saw a 27-23 lead abruptly dissolve into a 30-27 49ers victory by way of a 25-yard Steve Young touchdown pass to wideout Terrell Owens, who fell across the goal line with
only three seconds remaining. Only five days later, the team's head coach of seven years, Mike Holmgren, resigned to become executive vice president of football operations/general manager/head
coach of the Seattle Seahawks. Moving with his trademark decisiveness and swiftness, Wolf named former Philadelphia Eagles head coach (and one-time Green Bay defensive coordinator) Ray
Rhodes -- the only candidate he had given serious consideration to -- as the 12th head coach in Packers history on January 11, 1999. The new Packers field general promises fans that Green Bay
will be well-conditioned and more aggressive under his watch. Rhodes was subsequently able to retain Sherman Lewis, the team's highly-successful offensive coordinator under the previous
coaching regime, while adding Emmitt Thomas, possessor of an excellent league-wide coaching reputation, as his defensive coordinator.  The season also marked the end of Reggie White's
career, as he announced his intent to retire. Hampered by a persistent back problem in 1997, he earlier had announced his retirement from the game - on the second day of the 1998 NFL draft
(April 19) - but subsequently decided to play one more year to fulfill a promise he had made to Packers management when he signed a new, five-year contract late in the 1996 season - a commitment to play at least two seasons. Remembering that promise, he announced on April 21, had triggered his decision to return. He would return once more to play the 2000 season with the Carolina Panthers, and died tragically in December 2004.
WHAT IF - RON WOLF AND MIKE HOLMGREN IN NEW YORK
BASED ON A 1997 NEW YORK TIMES ARTICLE - What if Mike Holmgren, the Packers' coach, had agreed to be the Jets' coach in 1990 instead of remaining with the 49ers as their offensive coordinator? What if Ron Wolf, the Packers' general manager, had stayed in the Jets' front office instead of leaving for Green Bay late in the 1991 season? More than most National Football League franchises, the Jets have often wondered what if the twists and turns of their history were different. Not long after the late Dick Steinberg arrived as the Jets' general manager late in the 1989 season, he was rebuffed in trying to hire George Perles, then the Michigan State coach. Steinberg turned to Holmgren, the 49ers' offensive coordinator who was coming off a 55-10 rout of the Broncos in Super Bowl XXIV. ''I was offered the Jets' job and it was a tough decision, but I turned it down,'' Holmgren said. ''I just didn't think I could move the family. Our twins, Calla and Jenny, would have gone into their senior year in high school that season. I didn't want to uproot them. I just hoped I'd get another chance.'' Holmgren also spurned the Arizona Cardinals that year as the Jets hired Bruce Coslet, who lifted the Jets into the 1991 playoffs soon after Wolf, who had been Steinberg's assistant, went to Green Bay as the Packer general manager. Wolf's first major move was to offer Holmgren the Packer job; Holmgren took it. Wolf then acquired Favre in a trade with the Falcons for a first-round draft choice. During the 1991 Jets draft, Wolf coveted Favre, but the Falcons snatched him. With the next pick, the Jets took Browning Nagle. During the N.F.L.'s first free-agent frenzy in 1993, the Jets pursued Reggie White, but the ordained minister decided to go to Green Bay instead. ''I knew that Reggie would be listening for God to tell him what to do,'' Holmgren said at the time. ''I called Reggie and left a message on his answering machine -- 'This is God. He wants you to come to Green Bay.' '' But what if Holmgren had taken the Jets job? And what if Wolf had stayed with the Jets? Would Wolf have swung the trade for Brett Favre? Would Holmgren have left a message for Reggie White that God wanted him to go to the Jets' complex?
NAME                NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE         YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
Mike Wahle          68    G 6- 6 306 Navy             1  1 21  1 1998 Sup Dr - 2nd round
Reggie White        92   DE 6- 5 300 Tennessee        6 14 36 16 1993 UFA - Philadelphia
Brian Williams      51   LB 6- 1 245 USC              4  4 25 16 1995 Draft - 3rd round
Tyrone Williams     37   CB 5-11 192 Nebraska         3  3 25 16 1996 Draft - 3rd round
Matt Willig         76    T 6- 7 315 USC              1  6 27 16 1998 UFA - Atl (1997)
Frank Winters       52    C 6- 3 300 West Illinois    6 11 33 13 1992 Plan B - K 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
1998 PACKERS PRACTICE SQUAD
NAME                POS COLLEGE           HOW ACQUIRED
Rodney Artmore        S Baylor            1998 FA
Anthony Bass         CB Bethune-Cookman   1998 FA
Michael Blair        RB Ball State        1998 FA
Matt Hasselbeck      QB Boston College    1998 Draft - 6th round
Taj Johnson          WR San Diego State   1998 FA
Brian Manning        WR Stanford          1998 FA - Miami
Anthony McKinney     TE Connecticut       1998 FA
Denorse Mosley       CB Edinboro          1998 FA
Jim Nelson           LB Penn State        1998 FA
Pat Palmer           WR Northwestern St   1998 FA - Washington
Pepe Pearson         RB Ohio State        1998 FA
Tawambi Settles      CB Duke              1998 FA
Jason Tucker         WR TCU               1998 FA - Cincinnati
Bold Italics - Made Active Roster
1998 PACKERS DRAFT (April 18-19, 1998)
RND-PCK NAME                POS COLLEGE       NOTES
1a   19 Vonnie Holliday      DL N. Carolina   (A) 
1b   29 Traded to Miami in 1998 draft-day trade
2    60 Traded to Miami in 1998 draft-day trade
3    90 Jonathan Brown       DE Tennessee 
4   121 Roosevelt Blackmon   CB Morris Brown 
5a  150 Corey Bradford       WR Jackson State (B) 
5b  152 Traded to Oakland in 1998 draft-day trade
6a  156 Scott McGarrahan      S New Mexico    (C) 
6b  182 Traded to Jacksonville for Paul Frase
6c  187 Matt Hasselbeck      QB Boston Coll.  (D) 
7   218 Edwin Watson         RB Purdue
A-From Miami B-From Kansas City for Wayne Simmons C-From Oakland in 1998 draft-day trade D-Free agency compensatory pick
1998 NFL SUPPLEMENTAL DRAFT (July 9, 1998)
RND-PCK NAME                POS COLLEGE       NOTES
2       Mike Wahle            T Navy
Bold Italics - Played for the Green Bay Packers
FREE AGENCY - UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
PLAYERS SIGNED - DE Eric Curry (Tampa Bay), RB Raymont Harris (Chicago), P Sean Landeta (Tampa Bay), S Pat Terrell (Carolina), T Matt Willig (Atlanta) 
PLAYERS LOST - RB Edgar Bennett (Chicago), CB Mark Collins (Seattle), CB Doug Evans (Carolina), P Craig Hentrich (Tennessee), WR Terry Mickens (Oakland), S Eugene Robinson (Atlanta), G Aaron Taylor (San Diego), DE Gabe Wilkins (San Francisco)
FREE AGENCY - RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
PLAYERS LOST - RB Aaron Hayden (Philadelphia)
FRANCHISE PLAYER DESIGNATION
RB Dorsey Levens 
1998 PRE-SEASON RESULTS (2-3)
AUGUST (2-3)                           RESULT       RECORD    ATT STARTING QB             LEADING RUSHER              LEADING PASSER              LEADING RECEIVER
1  vs Kansas City Chiefs at Tokyo     W 27-24 (OT)  1- 0-0 42,018 Brett Favre             Travis Jervey (72)          David Klingler (102)        Bill Schroeder (7-155)
8  NEW ORLEANS SAINTS                 W 31- 7       2- 0-0 60,080 Brett Favre             Travis Jervey (100)         Brett Favre (86)            Derrick Mayes (4-61)
16 OAKLAND RAIDERS                    L 21-27       2- 1-0 60,078 Brett Favre             Travis Jervey (60)          David Klingler (124)        Travis Jervey (4-8)
24 at Denver Broncos                  L 31-34       2- 2-0 73,183 Brett Favre             Raymont Harris (47)         Brett Favre (155)           Bill Schroeder (4-59)
28 at Miami Dolphins                  L  7-21       2- 3-0 61,915 Brett Favre             Jervey/Pederson (10)        Matt Hasselbeck (119)       Mark Chmura (3-44)
1998 REGULAR SEASON RESULTS (11-5)
SEPTEMBER (4-0)
6  DETROIT LIONS (0-0)                W 38-19       1- 0-0 60,102 Brett Favre             Dorsey Levens (59)          Brett Favre (277)           Dorsey Levens (7-38)
13 TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (0-1)         W 23-15       2- 0-0 60,124 Brett Favre             Dorsey Levens (43)          Brett Favre (237)           Dorsey Levens (8-46)
20 at Cincinnati Bengals (1-1)        W 13- 6       3- 0-0 56,946 Brett Favre             Raymont Harris (76)         Brett Favre (274)           Antonio Freeman (5-68)
27 at Carolina Panthers (0-2)         W 37-30       4- 0-0 69,723 Brett Favre             Raymont Harris (82)         Brett Favre (388)           Antonio Freeman (6-84)
OCTOBER (1-2)
5  MINNESOTA VIKINGS (4-0)            L 24-37       4- 1-0 59,849 Brett Favre             Travis Jervey (55)          Brett Favre (114)           William Henderson (4-26)
11 Bye Week
15 at Detroit Lions (1-4)             L 20-27       4- 2-0 77,932 Brett Favre             Travis Jervey (69)          Brett Favre (300)           Antonio Freeman (6-126)
25 BALTIMORE RAVENS (2-4)             W 28-10       5- 2-0 59,860 Brett Favre             Travis Jervey (72)          Brett Favre (260)           Antonio Freeman (9-103)
NOVEMBER (3-2)
1  SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (6-1)          W 36-22       6- 2-0 59,794 Brett Favre             Travis Jervey (95)          Brett Favre (279)           Antonio Freeman (7-193)
9  at Pittsburgh Steelers (5-3)       L 20-27       6- 3-0 60,507 Brett Favre             Travis Jervey (26)          Brett Favre (234)           Antonio Freeman (6-83)
15 at New York Giants (3-6)           W 37- 3       7- 3-0 76,272 Brett Favre             Darick Holmes (111)         Brett Favre (267)           Robert Brooks (6-60)
22 at Minnesota Vikings (9-1)         L 14-28       7- 4-0 64,471 Brett Favre             Darick Holmes (51)          Brett Favre (303)           Bill Schroeder (7-93)
29 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (2-9)          W 24-16       8- 4-0 59,862 Brett Favre             Darick Holmes (163)         Brett Favre (321)           Bill Schroeder (5-128)
DECEMBER (3-1)
7  at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-7)      L 22-24       8- 5-0 65,497 Brett Favre             Darick Holmes (46)          Brett Favre (262)           William Henderson (8-51)
13 CHICAGO BEARS (3-10)               W 26-20       9- 5-0 59,813 Brett Favre             Dorsey Levens (105)         Brett Favre (290)           Antonio Freeman (8-103)
20 TENNESSEE OILERS (8-6)             W 30-22      10- 5-0 59,888 Brett Favre             Dorsey Levens (70)          Brett Favre (253)           Antonio Freeman (7-186)
27 at Chicago Bears (4-11)            W 16-13      11- 5-0 58,393 Brett Favre             Dorsey Levens (52)          Brett Favre (153)           Antonio Freeman (7-65)
1998 PLAYOFFS (0-1)
JANUARY - NFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF
3  at San Francisco 49ers (12-4)     L 27-30               66,506 Brett Favre             Dorsey Levens (116)         Brett Favre (292)           Dorsey Levens (6-37)
The 1998 Green Bay Packers - 11-5 (2nd - NFC Central)
Head Coach: Mike Holmgren
The first of two volumes published by the Packers Women’s Association features favorite recipes from coaches, players, and staff of the team. The Green Bay Packers Family Cookbook was published in the final year that Mike Holmgren coached the Packers, and many players from the Super Bowl XXXI team are represented. Recipes are submitted by Holmgren, Brett Favre, William Henderson, Bill Schroeder, Marco Rivera, Adam Timmerman, Frank Winters, Mark Chmura, Santana Dotson, Reggie White, LeRoy Butler, Ryan Longwell, future Tennessee GM Mike Reinfeldt, Head Athletic Trainer Pepper Burruss, team physician Dr. John Gray, future Oakland GM Reggie McKenzie, and many more. SOURCE: Packerville U.S.A. (For more information - click here)
From Amazon.com: “It all began with Curly Lambeau's Acme Packers in 1919. Since then, the Green Bay Packers have become the most storied team in the history of professional football. After joining the National Football League in 1921, the Packers have gone on to win 12 NFL championships. Greatest Moments in Green Bay Packers Football History recounts the Packers' 40 biggest games and those legendary heroes who built Titletown. Written by Todd Korth, the editor of Packer Report, and illustrated with more than 100 of the most memorable photos of this special team and its immortal players, Greatest Moments in Green Bay Packers Football History is a journey into the past which all Packer fans will enjoy.” SOURCE: Packerville U.S.A. (For more information - click here)
From Amazon.com: “Most of those who truly appreciate the intricacies of sports and business — and the increasing fusion of the two — are at least somewhat familiar with the way football's Green Bay Packers have built a model sports business during the 1990s. Far fewer, though, are aware of just how much the team's ongoing success has resulted from moves made by its current executive vice president and general manager, Ron Wolf. In The Packer Way: The Nine Stepping Stones to Building a Winning Organization, Wolf and sports journalist Paul Attner tell how this storied NFL franchise recovered from a prolonged downturn with the adaptation of core principles that can also be applied by entrepreneurs and CEOs in startups and major companies. Each of the principles is illustrated with examples drawn from Wolf's Packer experiences and further clarified in chapter-ending point-by-point recaps. Non-fans may not always see relevance in the football references, but those who follow the game will appreciate and enjoy stories such as those about the process of hiring quarterback Brett Favre and coach Mike Holmgren.” SOURCE: Packerville U.S.A. (For more information - click here)
Motivation Lombardi Style is another one of those business-motivational booklets that can be used to inspire your employees on to bigger and greater accomplishments. We found our copy in an airport while on a business trip back in the late 1990’s. It is full of Lombardi wisdom that is, of course, timeless in either business or football. It is a nice thumb-through read and maybe not essential to a Packers book collection, but a nice addition nonetheless. SOURCE: Packerville U.S.A. (For more information - click here)
Getting back into the series on books about the Green Bay Packers, we come to this handy guide which, while now 15 years old, can give some baselines to start with when figuring out the value of some of your Packers memorabilia. The Price Guide to Packers Memorabilia was the first of its kind back then, and we're not sure than anyone has tried to outdo or update it since. The author started the first Packers memorabilia store that we came into contact with many years before this book came out, then sold it and after a break came back to Green Bay and started another one, and then sold that business as well. We think there might have been a third one as well, but we're not sure. SOURCE: Packerville U.S.A. (For more information - click here)
From the book description: “Eugene Robinson was the embodiment of the Green Bay Packers. Not only was he the rock of the defense at free safety, he's a solid man off the field who helped make Packers fans proud of their team. A musician, record producer, computer programmer, and man of the church, Robinson takes readers through a pair of journeys in Eugene Robinson: Diary of a Super Bowl Season. From training camp to the Super Bowl and from undrafted free agent to the Pro Bowl. Robinson's story is about work, dedication, focus and family. As spoken to Kevin Isaacson, author of award-winning Packers book Return to Glory, this story is a season-long lesson on football and recitations on life. Take the journey.” SOURCE: Packerville U.S.A. (For more information - click here)
After covering the Super Bowl XXXI champion Green Bay Packers and the impact of their faith, Steve Rose turns his focus on the all-time Packers’ “Hall of Faith” in Leap of Faith 3. Packers of several eras are covered in his third book about the subject. SOURCE: Packerville U.S.A. (For more information - click here)
From the book description: “Brett Favre is a tough, uncompromising quarterback whose leadership and superior play have led Green Bay to two straight Super Bowls. In 1997, he become the National Football League's first three-time Most Valuable Player, winning the award for three straight years. In addition to his record-breaking performances on the field, Favre is famous for his youth-oriented community service, including the Brett Favre Fourward Foundation he started in 1996. “In Brett Favre: A Biography, read about one of football's legendary quarterbacks, a young man whose talent, toughness, and resolve have played an integral part in bringing the storied Green Bay Packers back to their former greatness.” SOURCE: Packerville U.S.A. (For more information - click here)
Another book from the era where everyone suddenly wanted to cash in on the Green Bay Packers’ resurgence to prominence. Total Packers: The Full History of the Green Bay Packers with a Complete Statistical Register for Every Man Who Has Ever Played for the Team presents the history of the team up to that point, much of which is told by statistical reviews. Today, this information can be found in the team’s annual media guides, but we picked up this copy in 1998 as another valuable addition to the Packerville, U.S.A. archives. SOURCE: Packerville, U.S.A. (For more information - click here)