James Lofton was picked as the sixth player overall in the 1978 NFL Draft by the Packers.
James was named to the NFL's All-Decade team of the 1980s.
While in Green Bay, Lofton was named All-Pro four times in a five-year period, 1980-84.
James hauled in 530 passes for 9,616 yards during his nine seasons with the Packers.
Lofton’s speed and “soft hands” made him a deep-threat receiver.
Extremely durable, Lofton was the first NFL player to score a touchdown in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s.
Lofton joined the Bills in 1989 and enjoyed great success that included being named to his eighth Pro Bowl.
James addressed the media shortly after learning he had been elected to the Hall of Fame.
Lofton during his Enshrinement in 2003.
Lofton's Hall of Fame Bust.
Lofton's Hall of Fame Mural.