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"All I know is it was a means of survival for myself. When I went on the field, I went out with the intention of excelling."
James Stephen Ringo. . .No. 7 draft choice, 1953. . .All-Pro status preceded Packers dynasty years. . .All-NFL seven times . . .Played in 10 Pro Bowls, three NFL championship games. . .Small for offensive lineman, but quick, determined, intelligent, superb team leader. . . Excellent down-field blocker, pass protector. . .Ignored numerous injuries to start in then-record 182 straight games, 1954-1967. . .Born November 21, 1931, in Orange, New Jersey. . .Died November 19, 2007, at age of 75.
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