NAME                NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE         YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
Herb Adderley       26   CB 6- 1 200 Michigan State   7  7 28 14 1961 Draft - 1st round
Lionel Aldridge     62   DE 6- 4 245 Utah State       5  5 26 12 1963 Draft - 4th round
Donny Anderson      44   RB 6- 3 210 Texas Tech       2  2 24 14 1965 Draft - 1st round
Ken Bowman          57    C 6- 3 230 Wisconsin        4  4 24 13 1964 Draft - 8th round
Zeke Bratkowski     12   QB 6- 3 210 Georgia          5 12 34  6 1963 FA - Los Angeles
Allen Brown         83   TE 6- 5 235 Mississippi      2  2 23 14 1965 Draft - 3rd round
Bob Brown           78   DE 6- 5 260 Ark-Pine Bluff   2  2 27 14 1966 FA
Tom Brown           40   DB 6- 1 190 Maryland         4  4 26 14 1963 Draft - 2nd round
Lee Roy Caffey      60   LB 6- 3 250 Texas A&M        4  5 26 13 1964 Trade - Phil
Dick Capp           88   TE 6- 3 235 Boston College   1  1 25  2 1967 FA
Don Chandler        34    K 6- 2 210 Florida          3 12 33 14 1965 Trade - NY Giants
Tommy Crutcher      56   LB 6- 3 230 TCU              4  4 26 14 1964 Draft - 3rd round
Carroll Dale        84   WR 6- 2 210 Virginia Tech    3  8 29 14 1965 Trade - L. Angeles
Willie Davis        87   DE 6- 3 245 Grambling        8 10 33 14 1960 Trade - Cleveland
Boyd Dowler         86   WR 6- 5 225 Colorado         9  9 29 14 1959 Draft - 3rd round
Jim Flanigan        55   LB 6- 3 240 Pittsburgh       1  1 22 12 1967 Draft - 2nd round
Marv Fleming        81   TE 6- 4 235 Utah             5  5 25 14 1963 Draft - 11th round
Gale Gillingham     68    G 6- 3 255 Minnesota        2  2 23 14 1966 Draft - 1st round
Jim Grabowski       33   RB 6- 2 220 Illinois         2  2 22  9 1966 Draft - 1st round
Forrest Gregg       75    G 6- 4 250 SMU             11 11 33 14 1956 Draft - 2nd round
Doug Hart           43   DB 6- 0 190 Arlington State  4  4 28 14 1964 FA - St. Louis
Don Horn            13   QB 6- 2 195 San Diego State  1  1 22  3 1967 Draft - 1st round
Bob Hyland          50  C-G 6- 5 250 Boston College   1  1 22 14 1967 Draft - 1st round
Claudis James       27   WR 6- 2 190 Jackson State    1  1 23  1 1967 Draft - 14th round
Bob Jeter           21   DB 6- 1 205 Iowa             5  5 30 14 1960 Draft - 2nd round
Henry Jordan        74   DT 6- 3 250 Virginia         9 11 32 14 1959 Trade - Cleveland
Ron Kostelnik       77   DT 6- 4 260 Cincinnati       7  7 27 14 1961 Draft - 2nd round
Jerry Kramer        64    G 6- 3 245 Idaho           10 10 31 14 1958 Draft - 4th round
Bob Long            80   WR 6- 3 205 Wichita          4  4 25 10 1964 Draft - 4th round
Max McGee           85    E 6- 3 210 Tulane          12 12 35 10 1954 Draft - 5th round
Chuck Mercein       30   RB 6- 3 230 Yale             1  3 24  7 1967 FA - NY Giants
Ray Nitschke        66   LB 6- 3 240 Illinois        10 10 30 14 1958 Draft - 3rd round
Elijah Pitts        22   HB 6- 1 205 Philander Smith  7  7 28  8 1961 Draft - 13th round
Dave Robinson       89   LB 6- 3 240 Penn State       5  5 26 14 1963 Draft - 1st round
John Rowser         45   DB 6- 1 180 Michigan         1  1 23 14 1967 Draft - 3rd round
Bob Skoronski       76    T 6- 3 245 Indiana         10 10 33 14 1956 Draft - 5th round
Bart Starr          15   QB 6- 1 190 Alabama         12 12 33 14 1956 Draft - 17th round
Football News - September
1967 PACKER TRADES - TRANSACTIONS
FEB 10 - Lost RB Paul Hornung, C Bill Curry and LB Phil Vandersea to NEW ORLEANS in the expansion draft.
MAR 14 - Traded 1967 4th-round choice (105th overall) to ST. LOUIS for 1968 3rd-round choice.
JUL 4 - Traded FB Jim Taylor to NEW ORLEANS for a 1968 1st-round draft choice and a player to be named. Traded a 1968 2nd-round draft choice to LOS ANGELES for FB Ben Wilson
JUL 19 - Released T Bob Ziolkowski (7th round) and DT Dick Werner
JUL 21 - Signed LB Dick Capp (Lowell - Atlantic Coast League)
JUL 23 - Released WR Red Mack, WR Sonny Redders, HB Fred Cassidy (16th round), OT John Frechette, LB Eddie King, TE Jeff Elias (17th round) and TE Dick Weeks
JUL 30 - Traded QB Kent Nix to PITTSBURGH for a 1968 5th-round draft choice
AUG 9 - DE Dwight Hood (5th round) claimed on waivers by Minnesota. TE Harland Reed (9th round) claimed on waivers by New Orleans. DE Clarence Miles (8th round) claimed on waivers by Detroit (54 players on roster)
AUG 28 - Released C Jay Bachman (5th round) and K Les Murdock (49 players on roster)
SEPT 5 - Traded DT Dick Arndt to PITTSBURGH for a 1968 4th-round draft choice
SEPT 6 - FB Jim Mankins claimed on waivers by DETROIT. Released G Roy Schmidt, WR Jeff White, WR Dave Dunaway, DB Mike Bass (12th round) and E/K Stan Kemp (43 players)
SEPT 11 - Traded DB Dave Hathcock to NEW YORK GIANTS for a 1968 10th-round draft choice. Released OL Tom Cichowski (1965 3rd round) and OL Leon Crenshaw (40 players)
OCT 1 - Placed LB Dick Capp and WR Claudis James on waivers. Activated DE Lionel Aldridge and WR Bob Long from injured reserve.
NOV 11 - Placed RB Elijah Pitt on injured waiver list. Signed RB Chuck Mercein off WASHINGTON's taxi squad.
1967 IN REVIEW
Despite numerous injuries and an average offense, the Green Bay Packers made NFL history, winning their third straight championship and second straight Super Bowl. The Packers made their history without Jim Taylor (who was traded to New Orleans) and Paul Hornung (who was selected by New Orleans in the expansion draft). FB Jim Grabowski (knee) and Elijah Pitts (torn Achilles tendon) could not last the season, forcing Vince Lombardi to start Chuck Mercein, Ben Wilson, Donny Anderson and Travis Williams at times. The Green Bay defense was tops in the NFL, allowing less than 100 yards passing per game. A sign that a new Dark Age was about to descend on Green Bay could be found in their two losses to end the regular season. No Packer team had done that since Scooter McLean's 1958 (1-10-1) squad. The Glory Days were winding down, and the end was much closer than anyone thought.
THE END OF THE DYNASTY PREVENTED?
No one will argue that Vince Lombardi was one of the greatest coaches in NFL history. Not as many can argue he was a great general manager.  One could argue it did not have to be that way. The Packers made several trades throughout the decade that gave them multiple high draft choices. As it turned out, the players selected were not the ones they needed to keep the franchise on top.
1964 - With the 13th pick, Green Bay selects OT Lloyd Voss, who played two years before being traded to Pittsburgh. Among the next four picks were two Hall-of-Fame defensive backs: Mel Renfro and Paul Krause
1965 - After trading Jim Ringo and Earl Gros to the Eagles for Lee Roy Caffey and the 7th pick, Green Bay took RB Donny Anderson, who never replaced Jim Taylor, as many expected. With the 10th overall pick, the Packers took WR Larry Elkins, who went to the AFL. The next selection was QB Joe Namath. Two choices later, Baltimore took LB Mike Curtis, who could have been a key piece of a rebuilding Packer defense. The second round pick, DT Alphonse Dotson, the father of future Packer Santana Dotson, signed with the Chiefs. OT Ralph Neely and WR Fred Biletnikoff were still on the board.
1966 - In a weak draft, Green Bay had Detroit's 1st-round choice (8th overall) as compensation for the Lions' signing TE Ron Kramer. They chose RB Jim Grabowski, while Mike Garrett (signed by the AFL) may have been a better option to retool an aging backfield. The other first-round choice, OL Gale Gillingham, performed well during his time in Green Bay.
1967 - In the first combined AFL-NFL draft, the Packers took OG Bob Hyland with the 9th choice (acquired from the Steelers) and passed on DE Alan Page and OL Gene Upshaw. With the 25th pick, they took QB Don Horn, who never was able to replace Bart Starr.
1968 - With the 5th pick overall (acquired from the Saints), the Packers took LB Fred Carr, hoping he would fill in when Ray Nitschke retired. RB Larry Csonka, WR Haven Moses and QB Greg Landry were all chose right after the Carr choice, and all could have filled key needs for the Packers as they entered the 1970s. 
Most of Lombardi’s key players were already on the roster when he arrived. A better use of the eight first-round draft picks Lombardi had between 1965 and 1968 should have kept the Packers competitive into the 1970s, but then hindsight is 20/20.
NAME                NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE         YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
Fuzzy Thurston      63    G 6- 1 245 Valparaiso       9 10 32  9 1959 Trade - Baltimore
Jim Weatherwax      73   DT 6- 7 260 Cal State-LA     2  2 24 14 1965 Draft - 11th round
Travis Williams     23   RB 6- 1 210 Arizona State    1  1 21 14 1967 Draft - 4th round
Ben Wilson          36   RB 6- 0 225 USC              1  4 27 14 1967 Trade - L. Angeles
Willie Wood         24   DB 5-10 190 USC              8  8 30 14 1960 FA
Steve Wright        72    T 6- 6 250 Alabama          4  4 25 14 1964 Draft - 5th round
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
1967 PACKERS DRAFT (March 14, 1967)
RND-PICK NAME                  POS COLLEGE
1a -   9 Bob Hyland (A)        C/G Boston College
1b -  25 Don Horn               QB San Diego State
2a -  41 Dave Dunaway (B)       WR Duke
2b -  51 Jim Flanigan           LB Pittsburgh
3  -  78 John Rowser            DB Michigan
4a -  93 Travis Williams (C)    RB Arizona State
4b - 105 to St. Louis for 3rd round pick in 1968
5a - 116 Dwight Hood (D)        DE Baylor
5b - 130 Dick Tate (E)          DB Utah
5c - 132 Jay Bachman             C Cincinnati
6  - 158 Stew Williams          FB Bowling Green
7a - 161 Bob Ziolkowski (F)      T Iowa
7b - 184 Bill Powell          G/LB Missouri 
8  - 210 Clarence Mills         DT Trinity(Texas)
9  - 236 Harland Reed           TE Mississippi St
10 - 262 Bill Shear              K Cortland State
11 - 287 Dave Bennett           QB Springfield 
12 - 314 Mike Bass              DB Michigan 
13 - 340 Keith Brown            WR C. Missouri 
14 - 366 Claudis James          HB Jackson State 
15 - 392 James Schneider        DT Colgate 
16 - 418 Fred Cassidy           HB Miami (Fla.) 
17 - 444 Jeff Elias             TE Kansas 
A - from Pittsburgh Steelers as part of Tony Jeter/Lloyd Voss trade B - from Los Angeles Rams for Tom Moore C - from Washington Redskins for Ron Rector D - from Pittsburgh Steelers for Ron Smith E - from Dallas Cowboys for Hank Gremminger F - from New York Giants for Allen Jacobs
Bold - Played for the Green Bay Packers
1967 PRE-SEASON RESULTS (6-0)
AUGUST (4-0)                            RESULT      RECORD    ATT STARTING QB              LEADING RUSHER              LEADING PASSER              LEADING RECEIVER
4  College All-Stars at Chicago        W 27- 0      1- 0-0 70,934 Bart Starr               Jim Grabowski (77)          Bart Starr (212)            Boyd Dowler (7-75)
12 G-PITTSBURGH STEELERS               W 31-20      2- 0-0 50,861 Bart Starr               Donny Anderson (59)         Bart Starr (166)            Carroll Dale (4-121)
18 M-CHICAGO BEARS                     W 18- 0      3- 0-0 47,126 Bart Starr               Jim Grabowski (25)          Bart Starr (97)             Boyd Dowler (3-50)
28 at Dallas Cowboys                   W 20- 3      4- 0-0 78,087 Bart Starr               Elijah Pitts (35)           Zeke Bratkowski (137)       Carroll Dale (4-75)
SEPTEMBER (2-0)
2  at Cleveland Browns                 W 30-21      5- 0-0 84,236 Zeke Bratkowski          Jim Grabowski (44)          Zeke Bratkowski (179)
9  G-NEW YORK GIANTS                   W 31-14      6- 0-0 50,861 Bart Starr               Jim Grabowski (58)          Bart Starr (235)            Marv Fleming (6-71)
1967 REGULAR SEASON RESULTS (9-4-1)
SEPTEMBER (1-0-1)
17 G-DETROIT LIONS (0-0)               T 17-17      0- 0-1 50,861 Bart Starr               Jim Grabowski (36)          Bart Starr (321)            Carroll Dale (4-109)
24 G-CHICAGO BEARS (0-1)               W 13-10      1- 0-1 50,861 Bart Starr               Jim Grabowski (111)         Bart Starr (113)            Carroll Dale (4-58)
OCTOBER (4-1)
1  M-ATLANTA FALCONS (0-2)             W 23- 0      2- 0-1 49,467 Bart Starr               Ben Wilson (82)             Zeke Bratkowski (214)       Boyd Dowler (8-105)
8  at Detroit Lions (1-1-1)            W 27-17      3- 0-1 57,877 Zeke Bratkowski          Jim Grabowski (59)          Zeke Bratkowski (154)       Boyd Dowler (4-40)
15 M-MINNESOTA VIKINGS (0-4)           L  7-10      3- 1-1 49,601 Zeke Bratkowski          Jim Grabowski (22)          Zeke Bratkowski (240)       Elijah Pitts (4-31)
22 at New York Giants (3-2)            W 48-21      4- 1-1 62,585 Bart Starr               Jim Grabowski (123)         Bart Starr (151)            Boyd Dowler (5-95)
30 at St. Louis Cardinals (4-2)        W 31-23      5- 1-1 49,792 Bart Starr               Jim Grabowski (71)          Bart Starr (117)            Boyd Dowler (5-50)
NOVEMBER (3-1)
5  at Baltimore Colts (5-0-2)          L 10-13      5- 2-1 60,238 Bart Starr               Donny Anderson (68)         Bart Starr (183)            Donny Anderson (5-54)
12 M-CLEVELAND BROWNS (5-3)            W 55- 7      6- 2-1 50,074 Bart Starr               Ben Wilson (100)            Bart Starr (249)            Donny Anderson (5-103)
19 G-SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (5-4)         W 13- 0      7- 2-1 50,861 Bart Starr               Donny Anderson (89)         Zeke Bratkowski (103)       Boyd Dowler (6-85)
26 at Chicago Bears (5-5)              W 17-13      8- 2-1 47,513 Bart Starr               Ben Wilson (27)             Bart Starr (202)            Boyd Dowler (6-105)
DECEMBER (1-2)
3  at Minnesota Vikings (3-6-2)        W 30-27      9- 2-1 47,693 Bart Starr               Ben Wilson (59)             Bart Starr (191)            Boyd Dowler (3-100)
9  at Los Angeles Rams (9-1-2)         L 24-27      9- 3-1 76,637 Bart Starr               Travis Williams (26)        Bart Starr (138)            Bernie Casey (6-97)
17 G-PITTSBURGH STEELERS (3-9-1)       L 17-24      9- 4-1 50,861 Bart Starr               Travis Williams (73)        Don Horn (154)              Travis Williams (4-66)
1967 POST-SEASON RESULTS (3-0)
1967 WESTERN CONFERENCE PLAYOFF - DECEMBER
23 M-LOS ANGELES RAMS (11-1-2)         W 28- 7             49,861 Bart Starr               Travis Williams (88)        Bart Starr (222)            Carroll Dale (6-109)
1967 NFL CHAMPIONSHIP
31 G-DALLAS COWBOYS (10-5)             W 21-17             50,861 Bart Starr               Donny Anderson (35)         Bart Starr (191)            Boyd Dowler (4-77)
SUPER BOWL II AT MIAMI - JANUARY
14 Oakland Raiders (14-1)              W 33-14             75,546 Bart Starr               Ben Wilson (62)             Bart Starr (202)            Carroll Dale (4-43)
G - Green Bay M - Milwaukee  
The Sports Review’s 1967 Pro Football prediction (Credit - Packerville, USA)
A running back who played one year with the Green Bay Packers - Ben Wilson, drafted by the Los Angeles Rams in the 5th round of the 1962 draft (out of USC), played four years on the West coast before joining the Packers in Lombardi’s last season as head coach. In that single season in Green Bay, Wilson rushed for 453 yards on 103 carries — scoring two touchdowns — and caught 14 passes for 88 yards. He also started at running back for Green Bay in Super Bowl II against the Oakland Raiders in Miami, Florida. The action above is from the Packers-New York Giants game from October 22, 1967 at Yankee Stadium. The Packers dominated the Giants that day by a score of 48-21. (Photo Credit - Packerville, USA)
"A kids’ biography titled simply Bart Starr. We don’t know about your childhood, but in our school, you could order paperback books from the Scholastic folks, and then you’d get them a couple weeks later. If there ever was a more exciting day at school than when the books showed up, we don’t know what it would be. And if the book was about your childhood hero, then all the better! Who knows, they might still do this, and somewhere there’s a kid waiting for his biography of Aaron Rodgers to show up." (CREDIT- Packerville, USA (for more pictures and content)

PICTURED BELOW - The quarterback gets all the attention, and it was no different in the Sixties. Packers Hall of Famer Bart Starr is featured again today with his 1967 book Quarterbacking. “For the first time,” according to the flap, “a book on the art and science of quarterbacking, and of all football, has been written. This book by Bart Starr is a handbook for aspiring players, a primer for coaches, and, for the fans, the most enjoyable and informative book written about the most important position in football.” We agree. - (CREDIT: Packerville, USA (for more pictures and content)