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Butler Semifinalist For Pro Football Hall Of Fame

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(Green Bay, WI)  —  Former Green Bay Packers’ safety Leroy Butler is a semifinalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The Hall said Tuesday that Butler is among 27 still being considered for induction next year, part of an original list of 108 candidates. Butler made the semifinals for the first time, after a 12 year career in which he helped lead the Packers to a Super Bowl title in the 1996 season. He made the Hall’s All Decade Team of the ’90s, and one of his claims to fame was to invent the Lambeau Leap when he jumped into the stands in 1993 when he scored a defensive touchdown.

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