Former Packers safety Bobby Dillon elected to Hall of Fame
Former Packers safety Bobby Dillon has been elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the 26th Packer to receive the honor.
Dillon played for the Packers for eight seasons from 1952-59 and recorded 52 interceptions, which is still the franchise record. Dillon also holds the franchise record for most interception return yardage (976).
He notably played the game with only one eye, having lost the other when he was 10 years old.
Dillon passed away in August at the age of 89.
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