Minneapolis - Packers legend Jerry Kramer is finally a Pro Football Hall of Famer. It took more than four decades to pass the selection committee's vote, as this is his 11th try.
The legendary right guard will be enshrined this summer on August 4th in Canton, Ohio. Kramer played for the Packers from 1958-68. His biggest moment came in 1967 when he paved the way for Bart Starr to score the winning touchdown in the "Ice Bowl"- the NFL Championship Game against the Cowboys.
Among his list of achievements, five NFL titles, two Super Bowl Championships and three Pro Bowls. He's the 25th Packer to make it to the Hall of Fame.