After kicking around the NFL for five years before joining the Green Bay Packers, Frank Winters became the Packers regular center for nine consecutive seasons (1993-2000). A free agent pickup by the Packers in 1992, Winters became one of the league’s better centers, going to the Pro Bowl in 1996.
During his eleven years with the Packers (1992-2002) Winters was competitive and indestructible at center. He was also recognized for his hustle and free-wheeling play.
Nicknamed ‘Bag of Donuts,’ Winters began his NFL career as a 10th-round pick by the Cleveland Browns in 1987. The New York Giants picked him up in 1989 and then he joined the Kansas City Chiefs in 1990.
A graduate of Western Illinois University, Winters played three seasons (1984-86). He was inducted into the Western Illinois University Athletic Hall of Fame in 1999.
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