Former Green Bay Packers General Manager Ron Wolf is being honored by the team this week for his years of service (1991 to 2001) to the team. Wolf's name will appear in the northeast corner of the stadium.
Wolf has joined prominent company inside the stadium. While the former General Manger is not a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and thus not listed alongside the other former Packers as a member in Canton, Ohio, team Chairman/CEO Bob Harlan wanted to recognize him in a way that is befitting of his enormous legacy with the organization.
Over Wolf's tenure, the Packers compiled the NFL's second-winningest regular-season record from 1992-2000, a 92-52 mark for a .639 winning percentage, recorded nine straight .500-or-above seasons, made six straight playoff appearances, including three consecutive conference championship games and two Super Bowls, and captured it all with a victory in Super bowl XXXI following the 1996 season.