Every week, Pro Football Hall of Famer and Westwood One Sunday Night Football analyst James Lofton sits down with a fellow Hall of Famer “Legend to Legend.”
In the latest installment, James goes one-on-one with Green Bay Packers great Willie Davis, who played twelve seasons in the NFL without missing a single game.
After two years with Cleveland, Davis was traded to Green Bay and converted to a defensive end, where he dominated in 10 seasons, playing in five Pro Bowls, six NFL title games and two Super Bowls.
Willie Davis was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1981.
(Listen to James Lofton’s interview with fellow Hall of Famer Willie Davis)