The Green Bay Packers inducted two more members into it's Hall of Fame over the weekend. Safety LeRoy Butler and wide receiver Robert Brooks were both enshrined by the team. Butler is credited with doing the first ever "Lambeau Leap" while Brooks is given credit for taking it to the next level during the Packers's Super Bowl runs in the mid 1990s. Brooks says he's honored to be in the Packers Hall of Fame. Butler is happy too, but he hopes the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio eventually calls him as well.