Receivers who lined up on the end of the line of scrimmage were originally known as ends, and it wasn't until the late 1950s that the tight end, a hybrid position of blocking and pass catching, came into existence.
Since that time, the Green Bay Packers have had a few skilled men that have excelled at multitasking as a lineman and receiver.
Originally, tight ends were mainly ferocious blockers. However, it seems the position has made a transition to harness the skills of oversized wideouts, and now, blocking is only a secondary skill.
Anyway, Finley may find himself on this list sometime soon, but here are Titletown's top five tight ends as of today.