Former Packers GM Ron Wolf visits La Crosse, talks legacy with Packers
Former Packers GM and Hall of Famer Ron Wolf is in La Crosse today for a Boy Scouts fundraiser.
Wolf got to town a little early and stopped by Glory Day’s, adding his signature to a wall of football icons.
Wolf was Green Bay’s GM from 1991-2000, and while Brett Favre may be his biggest move, he says every trade, every selection and every win is what made his years so special.
“You’d think I’d be able to pop it off just like that, but I can’t [remember all his personnel decisions], because there were so many guys that went down below, like Donald Driver, Marco Rivera,” Wolf said. “I was very fortunate to get into the Hall of Fame because of what we were able to accommplish here. It was a true honor for me to be a very small part of the Green Bay Packers’ legacy.”
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