JK_BW_3.jpg
JK_Color_4.jpg
JK_BW_5.jpg
JK_BW_3.jpg

Statistics & Chronology


Statistics & Chronology

SCROLL DOWN

Statistics & Chronology


Statistics & Chronology

JK_Color_4.jpg

Stats


Statistics

Stats


Statistics

  • NFL Draft 1958 .  39th pick overall. 4th round . Out of the University of Idaho
  • Played 11 seasons for one team in his career. The Green Bay Packer from 1958-1968
  • 5  Times selected  All-Pro 1st Team:  1960, 1962, 1963, 1966, & 1967
  • 3  Times selected to Pro-Bowl : 1962, 1963, & 1967
  • 1  Time selected All-Pro-2nd Team: 1968
  • 5  Time NFL Champion: 1961, 1962, 1965, 1966, & 1967
  • 2  Time Super Bowl Champion : 1st Super Bowl - 1966 // 2nd Super Bowl - 1967
  • Led NFL in field goal percentage in 1962 with an 81.818 % conversion rate
  • Finished 4th in the NFL in scoring in 1963 with 91 points (just ahead of Jim Brown's 90 points)
  • Member of the 1960's 1st team All-Decade Team
  • Member of the NFL's 50th Anniversary Team (only member of team NOT in Pro Football's Hall of Fame)
  • Member of the Super Bowl Anniversary Team
  • Member of the Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame
JK_BW_5.jpg

Football & Medical Chronology


Football & Medical Chronology

Football & Medical Chronology


Football & Medical Chronology

1950: Caught shirt in turning screw of lathe at high school. Ripped out a fist-size chuck of right side. Stitches.

1951: Accidentally shot right arm and side with double-barrel 10 gauge shot-gun. Wound required four operations, skin grafts, and plastic surgery over the next few years.

1953: Ran over sharp board while chasing calf in pasture. Seven-and-one half inch long, three-quarter inch thick splinter penetrated groin and lodged in large muscle near spine.

1954: Graduated from Sandpoint High School. Began studying at the University of Idaho.

1955: Operation from suspected chipped vertebra in neck results in "zipper" scar.

1958: Drafted by the Green Bay Packers.

1959: Vince Lombardi becomes Head Coach of the Packers.

1960: Brain concussion and detached retina suffered in game against Los Angeles Rams (surgically corrected after the season).

1961: Two bones in left ankle separated and ligaments severely strained during game against Minnesota Vikings. Packers win NFL Championship.

1962: Kicks 3 field goals and an extra point in NFL Championship game against the New York Giants. Packers win NFL Championship. 

1964: Operation for tumor on liver. Emergency colostomy. Six-and-one-half hour surgery in lower left abdominal area during which four slivers of wood (that had been lodged for eleven years) were removed. Missed the entire season.