In 1941 he played in a career-high 10 games, making one interception and returning four punts for 46 yards, while gathering only two yards on 21 carries with the offense. Rohrig returned to Green Bay in 1946 and made a team-high five interceptions, tied for fourth-best in the NFL. He also returned eight punts for 98 yards, but actually finished the season with minus-23 yards rushing on 14 attempts.
In 1947, his final year as a pro, Rohrig had arguably his finest season, playing in only seven games but making five interceptions for the second straight year, returning 18 punts for 213 yards and gaining 22 yards rushing on seven carries.
Following his playing career, Rohrig worked as a football official for both the NFL and the Big Seven Conference.
An All-Big Six halfback for Nebraska, Rohrig was the fourth player taken by the Packers in the 1941 draft. That same year, the Packers selected Tony Canadeo with their seventh pick.
Rohrig is survived by his wife, Martha, two sons and their families.