Hall-of-Fame fullback who played for the Green Bay Packers from 1958–1966, where he was a five-time Pro Bowl and six-time All-Pro selection and helped them win four NFL championships and one Super Bowl.
He played college football at LSU.
He wasn't known for overwhelming speed or size but implemented a bruising, physical style of attack that wore defenses down.
He grew up with his family in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
He held the Packer single-season rushing record until Ahman Green broke it in 2003.