Max McGee

United States

Football

B: July 16, 1932
D: October 20, 2007

1961 Pro Bowl Selection

McGee played college football at Tulane and was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in 1954. He would play for the Packers through 1967, missing 1955 & '56 for military service. McGee served as a punter and receiver for the Packers and was a member of six N.F.L. championship teams and the teams that won Super Bowls I and II. McGee cemented his place in football history when he scored the first touchdown in Super Bowl history, with a 37-yard reception in the Packers' 35-10 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. He served as color commentator for radio coverage of Packers games from 1978-'97. McGee died when he fell from his roof at the age of 75.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT
PLACE POINTS MONEY
EVENT WINS
1976 Preliminary 2
10
11
$1,100
None
TOTALS
11
$1,100
0

PERSONAL BESTS
Tennis

4th

1976 Preliminary 2
Swimming - 100 Meters
1:53.37
1976 Preliminary 2
Weight Lifting
160
1976 Preliminary 2
Bowling

121

1976 Preliminary 2
Baseball Hit
10
1976 Preliminary 2
Points Scored

11

1976 Preliminary 2

 


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