Dan Orlich, oldest Packer, dies at 94 – ProFootballTalk


Dan Orlich, who was believed to be the oldest former Green Bay Packer and the last player alive who had played for legendary coach Curly Lambeau, has died at the age of 94.

Orlich was an eighth-round pick in the 1949 NFL draft, and his first season was Lambeau’s last season. Years later he shared fond memories of Lambeau, even though by the time Orlich got to the NFL, Lambeau’s style was outdated.

I thought he was a neat guy,” said Orlich. “I thought he was a little…

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