Packers Hall of Fame opens Jerry Kramer exhibit
GREEN BAY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Jerry Kramer exhibit at the Packers Hall of Fame Wednesday morning.
The exhibit pays tribute to the acclaimed guard and tells behind-the-scenes stories from his Packers career, including an in-depth look at the block that decided the Ice Bowl.
Major artifacts on display include Kramer’s 1966 Super Bowl I-worn jersey, 1962 NFL Championship watch, and 1965 and 1966 NFL Championship rings, all on loan from Joe Laux.
The @packers Hall of Fame display for Jerry Kramer featuring:— Scott Grodsky (@ScottGrodsky) July 25, 2018
Super Bowl I jersey
The initial scouting report
2 championship rings
The disgusting 4 inch splinters that "were lodged in his abdomen from 17 to 28" pic.twitter.com/HW28bLBdyN
The exhibit is on the second floor of the Packers Hall of Fame and can be accessed from the escalator or elevator inside the Hall of Fame.
Jerry Kramer's medical history is INSANE!!!— Scott Grodsky (@ScottGrodsky) July 25, 2018
He says he's had 28 surgeries in his life! pic.twitter.com/J6lcMBpWgU