It's time to look at some of the best names to play for the Green Bay Packers.
Some of these names are funny, others are not, while some are just plain strange and odd.
The careers of these guys range from one game to several years in Green Bay.
Something to note though—there is no O, U, V or X simply because no name in those lists stood out as being funny or odd to me.
So without further ado, here are some of the greatest names to ever play on the Frozen Tundra.
Marger "Megs" Apsit played only two games in Green Bay during the 1932 season.
He rushed the ball four times and had a total of six yards.
Perhaps that's why he's seen with a basketball in his hands, rather than a pigskin.
Tony Bennett (no, not THAT one) played in Green Bay from 1990-93 and did not leave his heart in San Francisco.
He played 56 games for the Packers and had 36 sacks, two TDs and, a safety on defense.
He left Green Bay and went on to Indianapolis. A fun fact is that Bennett's hometown is Alligator, Miss.
Honorable Mentions: Carl Brazilauskus, Sanjay Beach, Zeke Bratkowski, Don Beebe, and Atari Bigby.
Putt Choate played just two games for the Packers in 1987.
He had one fumble recovery for four yards.
I don't think it gets any better than Putt Choate.
Honorable Mention: Dick Capp and Junior Coffey.
Lynn Dickey is one of the longer-tenured Packers on this list, playing from 1976-85 in Green Bay.
He started 101 of the 105 games he appeared in and amassed a 43-56-2 record as QB.
Dickey threw for over 21,000 yards with 133 TDs and 151 INTs with nine rushing TDs.
Jug Earp played 132 games for the Packers from 1922-32, and started 99 of those games.
He was born Francis Lewis Earp, and thankfully earned himself a great nickname so he could make this list.
He was an offensive lineman, and therefore I have no stats to give.
Another guy who had a pretty good nickname.
William "Beattie" Feathers appeared in one game for Green Bay in 1940.
He rushed the ball four times in Green Bay and gained just 19 yards.
Samkon Gado left the Green Bay scene as quickly as he burst onto it.
He played just nine games for the Packers during the 2005-06 seasons, but had seven TDs. Gado had six on the ground and one receiving.
Gado also had 575 yards rushing, and caught 11 passes.
Honorable Mention: Darrell Gofourth
Estus Hood played 104 games in Green Bay during the 1975-84 seasons.
He started 32 of those games and had 11 INTs with one touchdown.
I wish I could find more stats on Hood, but these will have to do.
Tunch Ilkin played in one game for the Packers in the 1993 season.
He had played from 1980-92 in Pittsburgh prior ending his career in Green Bay.
Ilkin did not start that one game in the Frozen Tundra, either.
Bhawoh (pronounced 'Bow') Jue played 48 games for Green Bay from 2000-04.
He started 11 of those games and had three INTs.
Jue is a native of Liberia, thus the uncommon name.
Honorable Mention: Keith Jackson (wooaaah, Nellie!)
Any Hawaiian name is awesome, and Kana Kauahi's is no different.
He played in Green Bay during the 1988 season, in which he played all 16 games, but did not make a single start.
Kauahi went on to have an 11-year career playing for Seattle, Phoenix and Kansas City, in addition to his one-year stop in Titletown.
Honorable Mention: Don King (actually there have been two guys with that name for the Pack).
Anytime a guy in sports has a first name that's also one of the most famous city's in the world, you're on this list.
Paris Lenon, who also played in the XFL, spent 2002-05 in Green Bay, and played 64 games.
He had five sacks, two INTs and one TD as a member of the Packers.
Honorable Mention: Ace Loomis
Now there's nothing funny about Johhny McNally, but when you throw in his nickname of "Blood," it turns into one of the greatest names in the history of the NFL.
McNally played from 1929-33 and again from 1935-36 in Green Bay.
He played 75 games with almost 1,300 yards and 33 TDs. He also completed 24 of 70 passes, with four TDs.
Honorable Mention: Basil Mitchell
His first name is one that will put the fear in you right away, Hannibal.
Hannibal Navies played 31 games through 2003-04, and started all but one of those games for the Packers.
He recorded only 1.5 sacks and did not register an INT in Green Bay.
Pid Purdy, now that just sounds old school.
In the 1926-27 seasons, he played 17 games for the Packers, and started 12.
Purdy made three field goals and 15 PATs for Green Bay.
Honorable Mention: Bucky Pope (yet again, old school)
Again, nothing funny here, but Jeff Quatse isn't a name you normally see anywhere.
He played nine games during the 1933 season for Green Bay, and started three.
Quatse appears to have been a backup in the backfield, because there really aren't stats for him.
James Elbert "Tootie" Robbins played in Green Bay for the 1992 and '93 seasons.
He played 27 games as a Packer, and started all but one of them.
Tootie Robbins ended his career in Green Bay after a 10-year playing career for the Cardinals.
Honorable Mention: Baby Ray
Harry Schuh (pronounced Shoe) was a Packer during the 1974 season, and played all 14 games without a start.
Wait, Harry Schuh? What kind of foot fungus is that?
The lone stat for him is that he had two fumble recoveries.
Honorable Mention: Terdell Sands and TJ Slaughter
R-Kal Truluck had anything but "luck" in Green Bay.
He played 14 games, with one start during the 2004 season, and had just 2.5 sacks for the Packers.
Truluck went on to have a short four-year career in the NFL.
Honorable Mention: Tom Toner
I had a choice of Jim Weatherwax or Wimpy Winther, until I saw this guy's nickname.
Taco Wallace (born Lawrence Lasalle) played one game in Green Bay during the 2005 season.
I'd really like to know how he got his nickname.
Not too much in the 'Z' category, but Gust Zarnas will do.
He played 14 games during the 1939-40 seasons in Green Bay, with four starts.
Not cool or strange, but kind of fun to say.
A to Z, Titletown's greatest names.