Under legendary coach Vince Lombardi, Bart Starr developed into a star quarterback and field leader of the Glory Years Packers. Drafted after playing at Alabama, Starr first struggled as a pro, but under Lombardi became a great field general and strategist.
Not known to have a cannon as an arm, Starr nevertheless set records in passing percentage in an offense that featured the run more than the pass. His famous sneak for a touchdown in the Ice Bowl game against Dallas might be the single most known play from the Lombardi era.
Starr returned to the Packers to coach and remained active in several charities and civic causes in Wisconsin.