NAME                 NO POS  HGT WGT         COLLEGE YR PR AGE  G HOW ACQUIRED
Herb Banet           21   B 6- 2 200      Manchester  1  1  23   
Wayland Becker       32   E 6- 0 205       Marquette  2  4  26 10 FA - Brooklyn (1935)
Hank Bruder          18   B 6- 0 200    Northwestern  7  7  29 10
Averell Daniell      23   T 6- 3 210      Pittsburgh  1  1  22  6 1937 Draft - 2nd round
Tiny Engebretsen     34   G 6- 1 240    Northwestern  4  6  27 10 FA - Brooklyn (1934)
Lon Evans            39   G 6- 2 230             TCU  5  5  25 11
Milt Gantenbein      22   E 6- 0 200       Wisconsin  7  7  27 11
Buckets Goldenberg   44 G-B 5-10 220       Wisconsin  5  5  25  8
Lou Gordon           47   T 6- 5 230        Illinois  2  8  31 10 FA - Chi Cards (1935)
Arnie Herber      19/38   B 5-11 195           Regis  8  8  27  9
Clarke Hinkle        30  FB 5-11 205        Bucknell  6  6  28 11
Don Hutson           14   E 6- 1 180         Alabama  3  3  24 11
Ed Jankowski         25   B 5-10 205       Wisconsin  1  1  24 11 1937 Draft - 1st round
Swede Johnston       15   B 5-10 195       Marquette  5  6  27  2 FA - St. Louis (1934)
Joe Laws             24   B 5- 9 185            Iowa  4  4  26 11
Bill Lee             40   T 6- 3 225         Alabama  1  3  25  4 FA - Brooklyn (1937)
Darrell Lester       29   C 6- 3 220             TCU  1  1  23  8 1936 Draft - 5th round
Russ Letlow          46   G 6- 0 210   San Francisco  2  2  23 11 1936 Draft - 1st round
Mike Michalske       36   G 6- 0 210      Penn State  8 10  34  6 FA - NY Yankees (1929)
Paul Miller           3   B 5-10 180    S. Dakota St  2  2  24 10
Bob Monnett           5   B 5- 9 180     Michigan St  7  7  27 10
Ray Peterson         33   B 6- 0 190   San Francisco  1  1  24  2
George Sauer         17   B 6- 2 208        Nebraska  3  3  26  3
Zud Schammel         37 G-T 6- 2 235            Iowa  1  1  27 11
Bernie Scherer       11   E 6- 1 190        Nebraska  2  2  24 11 1936 Draft - 3rd round
Herm Schneidman       4   B 5-10 200            Iowa  3  3  23 11
Champ Seibold        41   T 6- 4 235       Wisconsin  4  4  24 10
Ed Smith             28   B 6- 2 205        New York  1  2  24    FA - Boston (1937)
Ernie Smith          45   T 6- 2 222             USC  3  3  27 11
Lyle Sturgeon        26   T 6- 3 250    N. Dakota St  1  1  22  8
Earl Svendsen         7   C 6- 1 195       Minnesota  1  1  22 11 1937 Draft - 4th round
George Svendsen      43   C 6- 4 230       Minnesota  3  3  24 11
* - Known as Johnny Blood
NO - Jersey Number POS - Position HGT - Height WGT - Weight YR - Years with Packers PR - Years of Professional Football AGE - Age at Start of Season G - Games  Played
1937 PACKERS DRAFT
RND SEL NAME               POS COLLEGE
1     9 Ed Jankowski         B Wisconsin
2    19 Averill Daniell      T Pittsburgh
3    29 Bud Wilkinson        B Minnesota
4    39 Earl Svendsen        C Minnesota
5    49 Gibson DeWitt        T Northwestern
6    59 Merle Wendt          E Ohio State
7    69 Marv Baldwin         G Texas Christian  
8    79 Les Champman         T Tulsa
9    89 Gordon Dahlgren      G Michigan State 
10   99 Dave Gavin           T Holy Cross
BOLD - Played for the Packers
1937 IN REVIEW
Green Bay's quest for a second straight Championship never quite got off the ground as the Packers lost their first two games at home to their two rivals from Chicago - the Cardinals and Bears. The Packers would win their next seven games, but, with another division title out of reach, Green Bay dropped their final two to finish with a 7-4 record.
BOB MONNETT: AN UNSUNG HERO
There have been many unsung heroes in Packer history. Bob Monnett, a speedy runner signed out of Michigan State in 1933, may have been the epitome of just such a player in the 1930s. A model of endurance, Monnett caught passes, ran and passed with the football, as well as kicked extra points and field goals. In his rookie year, he scored 34 points, on three rushing plays, returned a punt for another, and kicked ten extra points, and tossed 3 touchdown passes. In 1936, he completed 20-of-52 passes, including 4 TD. Ironically, his 2.9 yards per carry is the worst for any NFL player who has carried the ball more than 500 times, but he was an effective weapon throwing the ball, hitting for 28 touchdown passes, while only throwing 26 interceptions. In 1938, Monnett appeared ready to take over the quarterbacking duties for Green Bay. In a game in October verus Cleveland, he tossed three touchdown passes, and the press reports indicated he was solidifying his hold on the position. The next week, it all came to an end. Monnett tore up his knee against the Bears after throwing two more touchdown passes. He would never play again, and Cecil Isbell took over as the quarterback of the Packers.
1937 PRE-SEASON RESULTS (0-1)
SEPTEMBER (0-1)
1  College All-Stars (at Chicago)        L  0- 6    0-1-0   84,560
1937 RESULTS (7-4)
SEPTEMBER (0-2)
12 G-CHICAGO CARDINALS (0-0-0)           L  7-14    0-1-0   10,000
19 G-CHICAGO BEARS (0-0-0)               L  2-14    0-2-0   16,658
OCTOBER (5-0)
3  G-DETROIT LIONS (2-0-0)               W 26- 6    1-2-0   17,553
10 M-CHICAGO CARDINALS (3-1-1)           W 34-13    2-2-0   16,181
17 at Cleveland Rams (1-4-0)             W 35-10    3-2-0   12,100
24 G-CLEVELAND RAMS (1-5-0)              W 35- 7    4-2-0    8,600
31 at Detroit Lions (4-2-0)              W 14-13    5-2-0   21,311
NOVEMBER (2-2)
7  at Chicago Bears (5-0-1)              W 24-14    6-2-0   44,977
14 M-PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (2-7-1)         W 37- 7    7-2-0   13,340
21 at New York Giants (5-2-1)            L  0-10    7-3-0   38,965
28 at Washington Redskins (6-3-0)        L  6-14    7-4-0   30,000
G - Green Bay M - Milwaukee