Herb Adderley

Herbert Allen Adderley ( born June 8, 1939 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American former American football player at the position of the cornerbacks. He played 1961-1972 with the Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys in the National Football League ( NFL). He has been with the Packers NFL champion three times and won two Super Bowls with them. With the Dallas Cowboys he won another Super Bowl. In 1980, he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Adderley was selected in the first round of the NFL Drafts 1961 by the Green Bay Packers as 12 players. He started his professional career as an offensive back and ended his first season as the head coach Vince Lombardi retrained to cornerback. In the new position Adderley reach twelve years 48 interceptions, which he wore for 1046 yards back and scored seven touchdowns.

Before the time of the Super Bowl Adderley won three NFL championships with the Green Bay Packers. In addition, he won, also with the Packers, the first two Super Bowls. After the 1971 season he won then the Super Bowl VI, this time with the Dallas Cowboys. In Super Bowl II he managed one interception. Then he carried the ball 60 yards for a touchdown. He was one of the best cornerbacks in the 1960s and was chosen for this reason in the NFL All- Decade Team of the 1960s. In addition to his work as a cornerback, he played also used as a kickoff returner. In his 12 - year career, he carried her back kickoffs for 120 yards 3080 ( 25.7 yards per return) and two touchdowns. At his time he weighed about 93 kg, with a size of 1.83 m.

1980 Herb Adderley was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.