Packers legend Bart Starr celebrated his 85th birthday on Wednesday. The Pro Football Hall of Famer led Green Bay to five NFL Championships, including wins Super Bowls I and II.
Starr was drafted by Green Bay in the 17th round of the 1956 NFL draft. He won the league MVP honors in 1966, and he was inducted into the Hall in 1977.
Starr last appeared at Lambeau in 2015 when he celebrated Brett Favre's induction into the Packers Ring of Honor. He's had multiple health issues in recent years, and he credits stem cell treatments with improving his quality of life.