Green Bay is a franchise unlike any other in pro football. In its new book, <italics>Packers: Green, Gold and Glory</italics>, SI celebrates Green Bay's championship heritage, greatest players and passionate fanbase with new and classic stories and unrivaled photography. Order it at si.com/packersbook. In honor of the book's release, here's a look back at some of the greatest Packers photos, on and off the field. *** Vince Lombardi shares a moment with Jerry Kramer, who carried the coach off the field after their 33-14 Super Bowl II win against the Raiders. The game marked Lombardi's last as a Packers head coach.
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Bart Starr under center during a 1962 game against the San Francisco 49ers.
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Jim Ringo (51) and Max McGee (85) sit on the bench during a cold game in Green Bay.
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Vince Lombardi patrolled the Green Bay sidelines for nine seasons, leading the Packers to a 9-1 playoff record, three NFL championships and two Super Bowl wins.
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Vince Lombardi surprised the wives of the Packers' players with mink stoles after the team won the NFL Championship in 1962.
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Teammates (from left) Paul Hornung, Jerry Kramer and Fred Thurston exit the field in 1965.
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Lombardi surveys the field during a 1967 game. He compiled an 89-29-4 regular-season record with the Packers.
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Two-time Super Bowl champion and Super Bowl MVP quarterback Bart Starr rears back to throw a pass.
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Linebacker Ray Nitschke's 66 is one of only five numbers retired by the Packers.
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Offensive lineman Forrest Gregg had a Hall-of-Fame career with the Packers and also coached the team from 1984 to 1987.
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Lombardi addresses his players during a team meeting.
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Bart Starr, pictured here in a 1963 game against the San Francisco 49ers, is the only player to quarterback his team to five NFL Championships.
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Former Heisman Trophy winner Paul Hornung played running back, quarterback and place-kicker for the Packers from 1957 to 1966.
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Vince Lombardi jokingly participates in a 1962 practice.
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Head coach Bart Starr leads his playoff troops through drills before a game against the Chicago Bears in 1963.
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Hard-hitting linebacker Ray Nitschke spent 15 seasons with the Packers and won the MVP award in the 1962 NFL Championship Game.
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Bart Starr was the 1966 NFL MVP. That year he threw for 14 touchdowns and only three interceptions on his way to the fourth of his five championship wins.
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Vince Lombardi and Ray Nitschke during a 1963 game against the Chicago Bears.
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Packers quarterback Scott Hunter gets some tips from Starr before a 1972 game.
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Hornung, Jim Taylor, Starr and coach Lombardi prepare for a game against the Kansas City Chiefs in 1967. Lombardi and Starr won all five of their championships together.
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Lombardi made a habit of being carried off the field during his coaching days. Here, Packers players swarm him after the 1961 NFL Championship.
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After four Pro Bowl selections and 152 career touchdowns, Bart Starr was elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1977.
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Reggie White's 68.5 sacks as a Packer rank second all time and his 198.5 career sacks is the second best in NFL history.
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Brett Favre partakes in a Packers tradition by riding a bicycle to practice with fans during training camp in 1993.
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Favre and head coach Mike Holmgren led the Packers to five straight playoff runs from 1994 to 1998. The stretch included two Super Bowl appearances, including a victory in XXXI in 1997.
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Brett Favre prepares to exit the tunnel before a 2006 game against the Chicago Bears.
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