2. Who was the last Packer linebacker named to the NFC Pro Bowl team?
3. Who was the last Packer offensive tackle named to the Pro Bowl?
4. Who is the only Packer running back to earn a spot in the Pro Bowl in the 1980s?
Eddie Lee Ivery
5. Which Packer shared Player of the Game honors with San Diego quarterback Dan Fouts in the Pro Bowl following the 1982 season?
6. Who was the only Packer defensive player named to the Pro Bowl in the 1980s?
7. Who was the Packers' lone representative to the 1990 Pro Bowl?
8. Who caught Brett Favre's touchdown pass in the Pro Bowl following the 1995 season?
9. Which former Packer was named the Most Valuable Player of the Pro Bowl following the 1996 season?
Al Del Greco
10. Name the Packer who was the NFC's return specialist for the 1998 Pro Bowl game.
1. C) John Brockington. In the Pro Bowl following the 1972 season, Brockington a pair of one-yard rushing touchdowns and caught a three-yard scoring pass from Billy Kilmer in the NFC's 33-28 loss at Texas Stadium.
2. D) Bryce Paup. The Northern Iowa product was named as a reserve to the Pro Bowl after snagging three interceptions, scoring a touchdown and logging 7.5 sacks for the 1994 Packers. The Pro Bowl appearance would be Paup's last "act" as a Packer. He signed with Buffalo for the 1995 season.
3. A) Forrest Gregg. In 1968, Gregg was named to the last of his nine Pro Bowls marking the last time a Packer tackle was cited.
4. B) Brent Fullwood. In his best year as a pro, Fullwood ran for 821 yards to garner a spot on the NFC Pro Bowl roster for the 1989 game.
5. B) John Jefferson. Jefferson caught an 11-yard pass in the fourth quarter from Danny White to give the NFC a 20-19 win in the 1982 game.
6. A) Tim Harris. Following his 19.5 sack season of 1989, linebacker Tim Harris earned a trip to Hawaii. Harris was also named All-Pro by eight media organizations following the 1989 campaign.
7. C) Sterling Sharpe. In seven seasons in Green Bay, Sharpe went to the Pro Bowl five times.
8. D) Jerry Rice. Favre hit Rice with a one-yard scoring strike in the second quarter of the NFC's 20-13 triumph following the 1995 season
9. B) Mark Brunell. Brunell, the quarterback of the Jacksonville Jaguars, led the AFC to a 26-23 overtime victory in the 1996 game. The strong-armed lefty was 12 of 22 for 236 yards with one touchdown.
10. B) Roell Preston. After averaging 26.3 yards a kickoff return and scoring two touchdowns in 1998, Preston was named to the NFC Pro Bowl squad.