Dave Robinson was drafted in the first round (14th overall) of the 1963 NFL College Draft by the Green Bay Packers.
Robinson played in 14 games during his rookie season.
The 6’3”, 245-pound product of Penn State helped anchored the Packers defense as the team enjoyed sustained success.
Dave earned All-NFL acclaim three times.
Dave immediately made his presence felt on a team that dominated pro football during that decade.
Dave helped the Packers win three NFL Championships including two Super Bowls.
Robinson was selected to three Pro Bowls during his career, all with the Packers.
Robinson was named to the NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 1960s.
After ten seasons with the Packers, Robinson finished his NFL career by playing two years with the Washington Redskins (1973-74).
Dave Robinson played in the 1969 Hall of Fame Game.
Robinson sat down with host Chris Rose during the Class of 2013 announcement show.
Robinson gets measured for his Hall of Fame bust.
Dave Robinson chats with fellow Class of 2013 enshrinee Bill Parcells.