Dave Robinson has been elected to the Hall of Fame in Canton, the 22nd Packer so honored.
Which is a great excuse to post some pictures of Lombardi's classic 1960s uniform, if we really needed one.
Herb Adderly entitled Lombardi's Left Side. With Willie Davis, they anchored the left side of the defensive line during the glory days of the 1960s. Most quarterbacks of the era were right-handed, meaning that offenses were weighted towards the right for passing and running, and a defense's left side was with stopping them. Davis, Adderly and Robinson were perhaps the strongest defensive left side in NFL history, and with Robinson's selection, they are all enshrined in the Hall of Fame.
In 2010, Robinson was immortalized in a different way, as one of three Packer players represented in the Broadway play Lombardi, played by Robert Christopher Riley (far left):