The flamboyant halfback worked his magic with Lombardi's Packers.
Paul Hornung earned All-America honors and won the Heisman Trophy at Notre Dame.
The Green Bay Packers used the bonus pick of the 1957 NFL Draft to select Hornung.
Hornung's versatility helped fuel the Packers offense during the Lombardi era.
Hornung did it all for the Packers, including throwing five TD passes.
Hornung carries the ball during a Packers' preseason game.
Hornung was a member of the Army Reserves during his pro football career.
Hornung helps stretch the Rams defense.
Hornung was especially strong inside the 20 for Green Bay. Here he dives over for one of his many TDs scored during his career.
A couple of Hall of Fame teammates pave the way for Paul. Leading the charge is fullback Jim Taylor (31) and tackle Forrest Gregg (75).
Hornung runs from Hall of Fame defensive end Deacon Jones of the Rams.
Hornung handled Green Bay's kicking duties. Here, Bart Starr holds as Paul kicks a field goal.
Paul signs his first pro contract.
Paul (center) receives his NFL Most Valuable Player Award in 1961 from Chris Schenkel.<p> To his right is fellow Hall of Famer Mike Ditka, who received Rookie of the Year honors that season.
Hornung (center) and Bart Starr (right) chat with Packers legend "Blood" McNally.
Packers teammate Max McGee served as Hornung's Hall of Fame presenter.
Hornung's Hall of Fame mural.
Hornung (left) was inducted into the Hall of Fame on August 2, 1986. Joining him was Ken Houston, Willie Lanier, Fran Tarkenton, and Doak Walker.