Former Green Bay Packer LeRoy Butler Inducted To Pro Football Hall Of Fame Saturday

Former Green Bay Packer LeRoy Butler will be one of eight former NFL players inducted into the
Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday.

Butler spent his entire 12 season NFL career with the Packers, being drafted 48th overall in the 1990 draft through the 2001 season.

The Safety racked up 38 interceptions and 20.5 sacks in his 181 games, played in two Superbowls and was voted into four pro bowls.

Butler was credited for starting the Lambeau Leap tradition when he jumped into the crowd after scoring a touchdown from a fumble recovery against the Los Angeles Raiders during a December, 1993 game.

This year’s enshrinement ceremony will take place at 1 PM, and will be televised on ESPN and the NFL Network.