NAME                NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE         YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
Edgar Bennett       34   RB 6- 0 224 Florida State    3  3 25 16 1992 Draft - 4th round
Matt Brock          94   DE 6- 4 290 Oregon           6  6 28  5 1989 Draft - 3rd round
Robert Brooks       87   WR 6- 0 175 South Carolina   3  3 24 16 1992 Draft - 3rd round
Gary Brown          71   OT 6- 4 286 Georgia Tech     1  1 23  1 1994 FA - Pittsburgh
Gilbert Brown       93   NT 6- 2 330 Kansas           2  2 23 13 1993 FA - Minnesota
Mark Brunell         8   QB 6- 1 208 Washington       1  1 23  2 1993 Draft - 5th round
Terrell Buckley     27   CB 5- 9 176 Florida State    3  3 23 16 1992 Draft - 1st round
LeRoy Butler        36    S 6- 0 197 Florida State    5  5 26 13 1990 Draft - 2nd round
Mark Chmura         89   TE 6- 5 245 Boston College   2  2 25 14 1992 Draft - 6th round
Reggie Cobb         32   RB 6- 0 215 Tennessee        1  5 26 16 1994 UFA - Tampa Bay
Don Davey           99   DE 6- 4 270 Wisconsin        4  4 26 16 1991 Draft - 3rd round
Earl Dotson         72    T 6- 3 310 Texas A&I        2  2 23  4 1993 Draft - 3rd round
Forey Duckett       21   CB 6- 3 195 Nevada-Reno      1  1 24  3 1994 FA - Cincinnati
Jamie Dukes         63    C 6- 1 295 Florida State    1  9 30  6 1994 FA - Atl (1993)
Doug Evans          33   CB 6- 1 188 Louisiana Tech   2  2 24 16 1993 Draft - 6th round
Brett Favre          4   QB 6- 2 222 S. Mississippi   3  4 24 16 1992 Trade - Atlanta
Harry Galbreath     76    G 6- 1 285 Tennessee        2  7 29 16 1993 UFA - Miami
Ruffin Hamilton     58   LB 6 -1 230 Tulane           1  1 23  5 1994 Draft - 6th round
David Grant         70   NT 6- 4 275 West Virginia    2  7 28 16 1993 FA - T. Bay (1992)
Corey Harris        30   CB 5-11 195 Vanderbilt       2  2 23 11 1992 FA - Houston
Tim Hauck           24    S 5-10 187 Montana          4  5 27 13 1991 Plan B - N.England
Craig Hentrich      17    P 6- 3 200 Notre Dame       1  1 23 16 1993 FA - Jets(PS-1993)
Charles Hope        70   OG 6- 3 303 Central State    1  1 24  6 1993 FA (PS - 1993)
Paul Hutchins       67    T 6- 4 335 Western Michigan 2  2 24 16 1993 Draft - 6th round
Chris Jacke         13    K 6- 0 200 Texas-El Paso    6  6 28 16 1989 Draft - 6th round
KeShon Johnson      37   CB 5-10 179 Arizona          1  2 24  7 1994 FA - Chicago
LeShon Johnson      42   RB 5-11 200 North. Illinois  1  1 23 12 1994 Draft - 3rd round
Reggie Johnson      82   TE 6- 2 256 Florida State    1  4 26  9 1994 FA - Denver (1993)
Sean Jones          96   DE 6- 7 275 Northeastern     1 11 31 16 1994 UFA - Houston
Charles Jordan      80   WR 5-10 175 Long Beach CC    1  1 24 10 1994 Trade - LA Raiders
John Jurkovic       92   NT 6- 2 290 Eastern Illinois 4  4 27 16 1991 FA
George Koonce       53   LB 6- 1 240 East Carolina    3  3 25 16 1992 FA
Dorsey Levens       25   RB 6- 1 235 Georgia Tech     1  1 24 14 1994 Draft - 5th round
Ron Lewis           85   WR 5-11 192 Florida State    3  4 26  6 1992 FA - San Francisco
Lenny McGill        22   CB 6- 1 194 Arizona State    1  1 23  6 1994 FA
Guy McIntyre        62    G 6- 3 265 Georgia          1 11 33 10 1994 UFA - S. Francisco
Steve McMichael     90   DT 6- 2 270 Texas            1 15 36 16 1994 FA - Chi (1993)
Terry Mickens       88   WR 6- 0 200 Florida A&M      1  1 23 12 1994 Draft - 5th round
Roland Mitchell     47   CB 5-11 195 Texas Tech       4  7 30  1 1991 Plan B - Atlanta
Anthony Morgan      81   WR 6- 1 195 Tennessee        2  4 26 16 1993 FA - Chicago
Bryce Paup          95   LB 6- 4 247 Northern Iowa    5  5 26 16 1990 Draft - 6th round
Mike Prior          45    S 6- 0 215 Illinois State   2  9 30 16 1993 UFA - Indianapolis
Ken Ruettgers       75    T 6- 5 290 USC             10 10 32 16 1985 Draft - 1st round
Sterling Sharpe     84   WR 5-11 210 South Carolina   7  7 29 16 1988 Draft - 1st round
Wayne Simmons       59   LB 6- 2 245 Clemson          2  2 24 12 1993 Draft - 1st round
Joe Sims            68   OL 6- 3 310 Nebraska         3  4 25 15 1992 FA - Atl (1991)
Fred Strickland     55   LB 6- 2 250 Purdue           1  7 28 16 1994 UFA - Minnesota
George Teague       31    S 6- 1 187 Alabama          2  2 23 16 1993 Draft - 1st round
Darrell Thompson    39   FB 6- 0 217 Minnesota        5  5 26  8 1990 Draft - 1st round
Ed West             86   TE 6- 1 245 Auburn          11 11 33 14 1984 FA
Reggie White        92   DE 6- 5 295 Tennessee        2 10 32 16 1993 UFA - Philadelphia
Gabe Wilkins        98   DE 6- 4 300 Gardner-Webb     1  1 22 15 1994 Draft - 4th round
Mark Williams       51   LB 6- 3 240 Ohio State       1  1 23 16 1994 FA
James Willis        56   LB 6- 1 238 Auburn           2  2 21 12 1993 Draft - 5th round
Jeff Wilner         83   TE 6- 4 250 Wesleyan         1  1 22 11 1994 FA
Marcus Wilson       29   RB 6- 1 210 Virginia         3  4 26 12 1992 FA - LA Rai (1991)
Ray Wilson          35    S 6- 2 202 New Mexico       1  1 23  3 1994 FA - New Orleans
Frank Winters       52    C 6- 3 290 West Illinois    3  8 30 16 1992 Plan B - Kan City
1994 IN REVIEW
After two straight 9-7 seasons and a wildcard berth in 1993, the Packers in 1994 found themselves in danger of slipping back to mediocrity. Hosting Atlanta in the last game ever at
County Stadium in Milwaukee, the Packers trailed 21-17 with 21 seconds left and no time outs; quarterback Brett Favre scrambled to his right and dove into the endzone for the winning
touchdown. The following week, Green Bay would clinch a playoff berth with a win over the Buccaneers in the season finale. Favre. who signed a contract extension in the summer, set
a Packer record with 32 touchdown passes, while Sterling Sharpe set a team record by catching 18 of them. Sharpe's season started with a holdout, and came to a sudden halt
with a career-ending neck injury. Other injuries marred the season. First-round draft pick Aaron Taylor was lost for the season when he tore up a knee in a June mini-camp. The
Packer defense was the best in the NFL for the first eight weeks, then fell apart in the second half and ended sixth overall. In their first eight games, the opposistion averaged 260
yards and 13 points per game. In the final eight games, Green Bay gave up 335 yards and 23 points per game.
PACKERS IN MILWAUKEE
1994 brought an end to the Packers tenure in Milwaukee, and what an ending it was. Brett Favre scrambled for a 9-yard touchdown with 14 seconds left, giving the Packers a
21-17 victory over the Atlanta Falcons. They finished with a 106-63-1 record at Milwaukee. County Stadium played host to the final game, but three other venues were also used:
* BORCHERT FIELD (1933) - The minor league baseball park was located near Burleigh, Chambers and North Eighth streets. The Milwaukee Badgers, which played in the NFL from
1922 to 1926, staged its home games at Borchert Field. The park was also the host to the first Green Bay Packers game held in Milwaukee - a 10-7 loss to the New York Giants on Oct.
1st 1933. It was torn down in 1954, and is now a children's playground. 
* STATE FAIR PARK (1934-51) - Located in West Allis, near West Kearney, Greenfield, South 77th and South 84th streets, on the Wisconsin State Fairgrounds, the Park hosted the 1939
NFL championship game. According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, "The stadium at State Fair Park was dedicated that day and christened "The Dairy Bowl." The New York writers
were none too impressed. In fact, with the wind howling outside, they feared for their lives in a hastily constructed wooden press box 100 feet above ground. It "trembled and swayed continuously and it appeared that at any moment the whole thing would crash," Louis Effrat wrote in The New York Times. "One hundred occupants of the flimsy booth literally feared to make a move and they spent the most harrowing three hours possible." In 1940 and 1941, the Dairy Bowl also served as the home of the Milwaukee Chiefs of the third American Football League.
* MARQUETTE STADIUM (1952) - Also housed Marquette football team. The stadium, located at W. Clybourn and 36th Sts., seated 24,000. It was taken down in 1978.
* COUNTY STADIUM (1953-94) - It was the last NFL stadium where bothe benches were on the same side - the east sideline. The park was demolished in 2000 to make parking lot for Miller Park. 
NAME                NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE         YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
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
1994 PACKERS PRACTICE SQUAD
NAME                POS  COLLEGE           HOW ACQUIRED
Ethan Albright        T  North Carolina    1994 FA
Bernard Carter       LB  East Carolina     1994 FA - Tampa Bay
Tommy Fagan          DE  NE Louisiana      1994 FA
Ruffin Hamilton      LB  Tulane            1994 Draft - 6th round
Charles Hope         OL  Central (OH) St   1993 FA
Jay Kearney          WR  West Virginia     1994 Draft - 6th round
John Kirksey         DT  Sacramento State  1994 FA - New Orleans
Bill Schroeder       WR  UW-La Crossee     1994 Draft - 6th round
Jay Williams         DE  Wake Forest       1994 FA
Ray Wilson            S  New Mexico        1994 FA - New Orleans      
Bold Italics - Made Active Roster
1994 PACKERS DRAFT (April 24-25, 1994)
RND-PCK NAME                POS COLLEGE       NOTES
1    16 Aaron Taylor          G Notre Dame    (A) 
1    20 Traded to Miami in 1994 draft-day trade
2    53 Traded to San Francisco
3    84 LeShon Johnson       RB N. Illinois   (B)
3    89 Traded to Miami in 1994 draft-day trade
4   120 Traded to LA Raiders
4   126 Gabe Wilkins         DE Gardner-Webb  (C)
5a  146 Terry Mickens        WR Florida A&M 
5b  149 Dorsey Levens        RB Georgia Tech  (B)
6a  169 Jay Kearney          WR West Virginia (C)
6b  175 Ruffin Hamilton      LB Tulane        (B)
6c  181 Bill Schroeder       WR UW-La Crosse 
6d  190 Paul Duckworth       LB Connecticut   (B)
7   212 Traded to Denver in 1993 Doug Widell trade
A-From Miami in 1994 draft-day trade B-From San Francisco C-From LA Raiders
Bold Italics - Played for the Green Bay Packers
FREE AGENCY - UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
SIGNED - RB Reggie Cobb (TB), DE Sean Jones (Hou), G Guy McIntyre (SF), LB Fred Strickland (Minnesota)
LOST - LB Tony Bennett (Indianapolis), G Doug Widell (Detroit)
FREE AGENCY - RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
PLAYERS LOST - TE Jackie Harris (Tampa Bay)

TRADES AND TRANSACTIONS
APR 24 - Traded 1994 1st- and 3rd-round choices to MIAMI for a 1994 1st-round selection (G Aaron Taylor)
APR 24 - Traded a 1994 2nd-round to SAN FRAN for a 1994 3rd-round compensatory (RB LeShon Johnson), 1994 5th-round (RB Dorsey Levens, through Denver), 6th-round (LB Ruffin Hamilton, through S. Diego), and 6th-round compensatory (LB Paul Duckworth, through Philadelphia)
APR 25 - Traded a 1994 4th-round choice to LA RAIDERS FOR a 1994 4th-round selection (DE Gabe Wilkins, through San Francisco) and 6th-round choice (WR Jay Kearney, through Atlanta)
JUN 3 - Traded DE Lester Archambeau to ATLANTA for WR James Milling
AUG 28 - Traded a 1995 5th-round choice to LA RAIDERS for WR Charles Jordan
1994 PRE-SEASON RESULTS (3-1)
AUGUST (3-1)                           RESULT       RECORD    ATT STARTING QB             LEADING RUSHER              LEADING PASSER              LEADING RECEIVER
6  MADISON-LOS ANGELES RAMS           W 14- 6       1- 0-0 52,149 Brett Favre             Marcus Wilson (34)          Ty Detmer (55)              Reggie Cobb (3-24)
13 M-MIAMI DOLPHINS                   L 24-31       1- 1-0 52,759 Brett Favre             Reggie Cobb (18)            Ty Detmer (164)             Curtis Duncan (4-34)
19 at New Orleans Saints              W 13-10       2- 1-0 54,714 Brett Favre             Dorsey Levens (33)          Brett Favre (124)           Ron Lewis (4-40)
26 G-NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS             W 24-20       3- 1-0 57,722 Brett Favre             LeShon Johnson (52)         Brett Favre (101)           Reggie Cobb (3-49)
1994 REGULAR SEASON RESULTS (9-7)
SEPTEMBER (2-2)
4  G-MINNESOTA VIKINGS (0-0)          W 16-10       1- 0-0 59,487 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (51)          Brett Favre (185)           Sterling Sharpe (7-53)
11 M-MIAMI DOLPHINS (1-0)             L 14-24       1- 1-0 55,011 Brett Favre             Reggie Cobb (28)            Brett Favre (362)           Edgar Bennett (10-78)
18 at Philadelphia Eagles (1-1)       L  7-13       1- 2-0 63,922 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (15)          Brett Favre (280)           Edgar Bennett (7-44)
25 G-TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (1-2)       W 30- 3       2- 2-0 58,551 Brett Favre             Reggie Cobb (46)            Brett Favre (306)           Edgar Bennett (8-37)
OCTOBER (2-2)
2  at New England Patriots (2-2)      L 16-17       2- 3-0 57,522 Brett Favre             Reggie Cobb (68)            Brett Favre (294)           Sterling Sharpe (9-132)
9  G-LOS ANGELES RAMS (2-3)           W 24-17       3- 3-0 58,911 Brett Favre             Reggie Cobb (37)            Brett Favre (222)           Sterling Sharpe (7-62)
20 at Minnesota Vikings (3-2)         L 10-13 (OT)  3- 4-0 63,041 Brett Favre             Reggie Cobb (44)            Mark Brunell (79)           Robert Brooks (4-25)
31 at Chicago Bears (4-3)             W 33- 6       4- 4-0 47,381 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (105)         Brett Favre (82)            Sterling Sharpe (3-43)
NOVEMBER (2-2)
6  M-DETROIT LIONS (4-4)              W 38-30       5- 4-0 54,995 Brett Favre             Reggie Cobb (66)            Brett Favre (237)           Edgar Bennett (5-47)
13 G-NEW YORK JETS (5-4)              W 17-10       6- 4-0 58,307 Brett Favre             Favre/Cobb (21)             Brett Favre (183)           Reggie Cobb (4-24)
20 at Buffalo Bills (5-5)             L 20-29       6- 5-0 79,029 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (45)          Brett Favre (214)           Sterling Sharpe (5-86)
24 at Dallas Cowboys (8-2)            L 31-42       6- 6-0 64,597 Brett Favre             Reggie Cobb (17)            Brett Favre (257)           Sterling Sharpe (9-122)
DECEMBER (3-1)
4  at Detroit Lions (6-6)             L 31-34       6- 7-0 76,338 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (25)          Brett Favre (366)           Sterling Sharpe (10-115)
11 G-CHICAGO BEARS (8-5)              W 40- 3       7- 7-0 57,927 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (106)         Brett Favre (250)           Sterling Sharpe (7-86)
18 M-ATLANTA FALCONS (6-8)            W 21-17       8- 7-0 54,885 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (46)          Brett Favre (321)           Edgar Bennett (8-101)
24 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-9)      W 34-19       9- 7-0 65,076 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (100)         Brett Favre (291)           Sterling Sharpe (9-132)
1994 PLAYOFFS (1-1)
DECEMBER - NFC WILDCARD PLAYOFF
31 G-DETROIT LIONS (9-7)              W 16-12              58,125 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (70)          Brett Favre (262)           Robert Brooks (7-88)
JANUARY - NFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF
8  at Dallas Cowboys (12-4)           L  9-35              64,745 Brett Favre             Edgar Bennett (34)          Brett Favre (211)           Robert Brooks (8-138)
G - Green Bay M - Milwaukee
June 7, 1994 – The Green Bay Packers announce they will wear replicas of their 1937 home uniforms for four games in 1994 as the NFL celebrates its 75th anniversary. The team will don throwback outfits for games against the Eagles (Sept. 18), the Buccaneers (Sept. 25), the Patriots (Oct. 2) and the Bears (Oct. 31). The uniforms are described as consisting of “a navy blue jersey with a yellow shoulder panel and yellow numbers on the front and back. The pants are canvas in color and the stockings will be white, yellow and blue. The helmet will be yellow with a blue cage.” (Source: Green Bay Hall of Fame)
June 8, 1994 – Steve McMichael’s days of terrorizing the Packers’ backfield come to an end as the defensive tackle signs a one-year contract with Green Bay. McMichael, who played 13 seasons with the Chicago Bears, is expected to be the fourth in a defensive line populated by Reggie White, John Jurkovic and Sean Jones. “I feel like Ponce de Leon,” McMichael tells WITI-TV. “I feel like I’ve found the fountain of youth.” McMichael, who turns 37 during the season, starts 14 games for the Packers in 1994 and is credited with 28 tackles (19 solo) and 2.5 quarterback sacks. (Source: Green Bay Hall of Fame)
July 14, 1994 – Brett Favre signs the second-most lucrative contract in Green Bay Packers history by inking a five-year, $19 million deal that includes a $2.5 million signing bonus. Favre, who came to Green Bay in a February 1992 trade with the Atlanta Falcons, had become a restricted free agent. “It’s been a long time,” Favre says of the deal that had been in the works for 14 months. “I think the whole time we all knew it was going to get done.” Packers general manager Ron Wolf was relieved to get his quarterback back in the fold. “I’m glad he’s going to be here for the next five years, too.” (Source: Green Bay Hall of Fame)
ABOVE - Packers Coach Mike Holmgren with Mark Brunell, center, who was with Green Bay in 1993 and 1994, and Ty Detmer, a former Heisman Trophy winner who played with the Packers from 1992 to 1995. (Source: New York Times)
GREEN BAY PACKERS FACTS & TRIVIA (1994): "The author of the stellar series of histories on the team that we’ve featured recently was back in 1994 with Green Bay Packers Facts & Trivia. This combination of history and quizzes format has been repeated by others, but Names’ book is more informative. Written as the Wolf-Holmgren era was getting its legs, it contains more past than present." - Packerville, USA for more pictures and content
The 1994 Green Bay Packers - 9-7 (T-2nd - NFC Central)
Head Coach: Mike Holmgren