Packers LB Robinson enters Hall of Fame
CANTON, Ohio -- Dave Robinson is the latest member of Vince Lombardi's championship Green Bay Packers to be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Robinson was a part of three NFL championships under Lombardi, including the first two Super Bowls. He first became eligible for the hall in 1980 and waited more than three decades before being elected as a senior nominee.
Presented Saturday night by his son, David, Robinson was a prototype outside linebacker who could rush the quarterback, cover tight ends or running backs on pass plays, and stop the run. He made the NFL's All-Decade team of the 1960s.
After 10 seasons with the Packers, he closed out his career with two seasons in Washington. Robinson made three Pro Bowls.
He's the 12th Packer from Lombardi's era to make the hall, including the coach.
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