2. C, Deion Sanders. While Corso did have a decorated career as a defensive back at Florida State, Butler broke Sanders' with 139 yards in interception returns in 1989.
3. D, Edgar Bennett. Bennett and Butler were teammates at Florida State in 1987 and 1989 and in Green Bay from 1992 to 1996.
4. A, Tom Braatz. Under Braatz's direction, the Packers made Butler the 48th overall pick of the 1990 draft.
5. B, Tony Bennett. In 1990, the Packers picked Tony Bennett with their first pick and Darrell Thompson with their second first round pick before selecting Butler.
6. C, Mark Murphy. Murphy, good old No. 37, was a tremendously productive safety from 1980 to 1985 and from 1986 to 1991 before giving way to Butler.
7. A, Reggie White. In one of the coldest games ever at Lambeau Field, White scooped up a Randy Jordan fumble and rumbled 10 yards before tossing the ball to Butler, who ran the final 25 yards for the score. In a fit of gleeful spontaneity, Butler ran through the end zone and vaulted himself into the seats thus creating the "Lambeau Leap."
8. C, Jacksonville. Butler was born on July 19, 1968 in Jacksonville, Fla.
9. B, Stan Humphries. Butler's returned the second of his two interceptions against Humphries and San Diego 90 yards for a touchdown on Sept. 15, 1996. Humphries quarterbacked the Chargers in a 49-26 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XXIX.
10. D, Dave Meggett. Along with the sack, Butler also had seven tackles in the Packers' 35-21 win over New England in Super Bowl XXXI.
Dick Jauron. Jauron was in Green Bay four years before Butler arrived. After coaching Butler and the Packer secondary from 1990 to 1994, the current coach of the Chicago Bears left "Titletown" to become defensive coordinator of the Jacksonville Jaguars.