Jennings, Harris inducted into Packers Hall of Fame

GREEN BAY, Wis. — The Packers are inducting two more legends into the team’s Hall of Fame next season.

Linebacker Tim Harris and wide receiver Greg Jennings will be inducted during a banquet in the Lambeau Field Atrium next September.

“You put a lot of work, You invest so much time and energy and just being an effective player, let alone one of the best players to receive an honor like this, so for me it definitely is full circle,” Jennings said Tuesday. “What has been has been but memories can never be taken away.”

Harris was selected by the Packers out of Memphis in the 1986 NFL Draft.

He played 76 games and had 55 sacks with the team, good for fourth-best in franchise history.

Jennings played seven seasons with the Green and Gold after being picked in the 2006 NFL Draft.

While he had 425 catches and 53 touchdowns for the Packers, Jennings is best known for a 31-yard grab on 3rd-and-10 late in Super Bowl XLV.

“When you think of historic franchises and having the opportunity to play with so many great guys and knowing the caliber of individuals, not just players that are inducted into this,” Jennings said. “164 so far, we’re being 165 and 166, it’s a true honor.”