Arnie Herber lived the boyhood dream of starring for his hometown team. After playing at Green Bay West High School and Regis College, Herber became the quarterback of the Green Bay Packers.
Herber joined the Packers as a 20-year-old rookie in 1930 and threw a touchdown pass in his first game. He went on to throw 65 more, as he led the Packers to four titles. Herber led the NFL in passing three times and was pick All Pro in 1932. He and his favorite target, Don Hutson, became legendary for their long pass plays.
Herber retired from the Packers in 1940, but came out of retirement in 1944 to play for the New York Giants. He added 15 more touchdown passes and led the Giants to a title before retiring for good in 1945.