Photos: Packers legend Bart Starr led a full life — on and off the field

Photos: Packers legend Bart Starr led a full life — on and off the field

The Green Bay Packers announced Sunday that Bart Starr, the quarterback and catalyst of Vince Lombardi's powerhouse teams of the 1960s whose sneak won the famed "Ice Bowl" in 1967, died Sunday

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GREEN BAY — For all of the cosmetic changes Matt LaFleur has overseen around Lambeau Field since taking over in January — repainting walls a radiant white, swapping out light bulbs for bright white LEDs, putting murals of current players in meeting rooms and hallways instead of sepia-toned historic photos — perhaps the Green Bay Packers coach would be best served to find a spot in the building where everyone, from coaches to players to reporters to stadium-touring fans, will see a very important message:

GREEN BAY — Matt LaFleur was talking about his starting quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, on Friday afternoon and how game-planning was going for next Thursday night’s season-opener against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. As he spoke, LaFleur said something about playing quarterback in the NFL that he’s been saying since he became the Green Bay Packers coach back in January — and has believed for most of his coaching life.

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