The Pittsburgh Steelers signed Jack Butler (#80, bottom left) in 1951.
Butler started all 12 games in 1951 and recorded 5 interceptions.
Butler had a career-high 10 interceptions in 1957.
Butler makes a tackle during a game against the Washington Redskins on Nov. 2, 1952.
Jack looks downfield during the 1955 season.
Butler has been described as a "top defensive back" and a "tough, deadly tackler."
Butler toured the Pittsburgh Steelers 75th Anniversary exhibit at the Pro Football Hall of Fame on July 25, 2007. He posed with a poster that bears his likeness in the gallery.
This print is a part of the Hall's permanent collection and is autographed by Butler.
Jack had nine interceptions in 1958 and had two interceptions in 1959 and was voted to the first-team All-NFL squad in each of those seasons.
Oddly, his first of four Pro Bowl nods came following the 1955 season, the only year of his career in which he failed to intercept a pass.
Butler was named to the NFL's All-Decade Team of the 1950s.
Butler ranked as the NFL's second all-time leading interceptor when he retired following the 1959 season.
Butler getting measured for his bust.
Butler getting measured for his gold jacket.
Jack at the Class of 2012 announcement show.
Jack at Super Bowl XLVI with the rest of the 2012 class.
Butler visited the Hall of Fame in February in preperation for his Enshrinement.