34 has been a disrespected number in Packer history with three gaps of six seasons or longer without it being worn: 1942-47, 1952-64 and 1968-76. Four members of the Packer Hall of Fame have worn 34–Tiny Engebretsen, Don Chandler, Edgar Bennett and Ahman Green. However, Green only wore the number for a half season when he returned to Green Bay to finish his career in 2009.
Back Cully Lidberg was the first Packer to wear 34 in 1929 and was followed by just five players in the Lambeau era: tackle Elmer Sleight (1930), guard Jim Bowdoin (1931), tackle Dick Stahlman (1932), guard Tiny Engebretsen (1935-41) and fullback Ken Roskie (1948).
In the modern era, the number has been worn by one tackle, one kicker, nine running backs and three defensive backs:
T: Joe Spencer (1950-51).
K: Don Chandler (1965-67)
RB: Terdell Middleton (1977-81), Allan Clark (1982), Larry Mason (1988), Edgar Bennett (1992-96), Verland Morency (2006-07), Ahman Green (2009), Johnny White (2012), Michael Hill (2013) and Don Jackson (2016).
DB: Lou Rash (1987r), Mike McKenzie (1999-2004) and Patrick Dendy (2005).
Engebretsen wore the number the longest, and he, Bennett and McKenzie represented it the best.
First two custom cards are colorized.