CANTON, Oh. - Several men who shared Lambeau Field with Dave Robinson in the 1960s and early 1970s joined him in Canton as Robinson readies to enter the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
"Good to see the old Packers, glad there are that many here," said former Packers offensive lineman Forrest Gregg.
Gregg was part of a massive group photo including many of the 120-plus Hall of Famers in Canton for the weekend. Robinson sat in the front row of the photo, about 15 feet from Gregg, a man he often went up against in practice.
Gregg says the number one memory of those battles with Robinson were the linebackers "big hands."
"Dave never quit competing," said Gregg. "From the time he came to Green Bay, it was obvious he was going to play somewhere for a long time. He did, he did a great job, he deserves to be here. We're just happy to welcome him."
Hall of Fame running back Jim Taylor was also at the photo, standing next to Gregg, the two combining for so many memorable ground gains.
"It's just a tremendous honor to represent the Green Bay Packers," said Taylor. "[Robinson was a] tremendous competitor who worked hard. Run that defense and accomplished everything he possibly could in his career. He left Penn State, came here and made a legacy here with the Green Bay Packers. We're so proud of him."
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