I'm getting old. I covered the entire careers of both players who will be inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame this summer. Chris Jacke was drafted in the 6th round in 1989 and kicked for 8 years in Green Bay, scoring 820 career points, third most all-time. He earned a Super Bowl ring following the 1996 season, his last with the Pack. Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila was a skinny, but fast 5th round pick in 2000. He got cut his first year, returned on the practice squad and then turned up the heat on opposing quarterbacks, registering a franchise record 74.5 sacks in his career. The final inductee, the late Emil Fischer, spent more than 30 years with the franchise. He joined the Board of Directors in 1926, was elected to the executive committee in 1935 and served as President from 1948-1952. He then became chairman until his death in 1958. The two players were introduced to their new surroundings at the Packers' Hall on Tuesday and you'll hear from both KGB and Jacke on the link below, along with comments from former Press Gazette sportswriter and Packer historian Cliff Christl on the impact Fischer had on the franchise.