White's signing changed Packers' fortunes

Updated: December 27, 2004, 12:03 PM ET
By Cliff Christl | Special to ESPN.com

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- A year before Reggie White arrived in Green Bay, the city's storied National Football League franchise had already begun its resurgence.

Team president Bob Harlan had set it in motion by hiring Ron Wolf as general manager. Wolf had brought a blueprint and a well-respected reputation from his days as Al Davis' top personnel aide with the Raiders.

Mike Holmgren had raised eyebrows by spurning several other offers to accept the head coaching position and had installed ...

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