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Packers Hall of Fame: Among Greatest Guards

G Marco Rivera (Al Messerschmidt/Getty)

Marco Rivera is all too happy to be following another great guard, Jerry Kramer, into the Packers Hall of Fame. As the only media allowed on the golf course on Monday, we talked exclusively with Rivera at the Packers Hall of Fame Golf Classic.

At the dinner the night before Monday's Packers Hall of Fame Golf Classic, two of Green Bay's greatest guards dined together and swapped stories. In one seat was Jerry Kramer, a five-time All-Pro and a member of the NFL's 50th anniversary and all-1960s teams. In another was Marco Rivera, a two-time All-Pro who will be inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame on July 23. "It's pretty incredible...

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