Russ Letlow Guard / Tackle Personal information Date of birth: (1913-10-05)October 5, 1913 Place of birth: Dinuba, California, U.S. Date of death: October 12, 1987(1987-10-12) (aged 74) Height: 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) Weight: 214 lb (97 kg) Career information College: San Francisco NFL Draft: 1936 / Round: 1 / Pick: 7 Debuted in 1936 for the Green Bay Packers Last played in 1946 for the Green Bay Packers Career history Green Bay Packers (1936–1942, 1946) Career highlights and awards Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame (1972) NFL 1930s All-Decade Team 2× NFL Champion (1936, 1939) Stats at pro-football-reference.com Russ Letlow (October 5, 1913 - October 12, 1987) was a football guard who was chosen by the Green Bay Packers as their first-round draft pick in the inaugural 1936 NFL Draft. At the time, Letlow was unaware that he had been selected, and had signed with the Chicago Cardinals following the conclusion of his collegiate football career at the University of San Francisco. In Letlow's rookie season, the Packers won their fourth World Championship (and first championship game). Letlow played for the Packers from 1936–42, and again in 1946. He was selected as an All-Pro for four straight seasons from 1937-1940. Letlow was inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame in 1972. v · d · eList of Green Bay Packers first-round draft picks Letlow · Jankowski · Isbell · Buhler · Van Every · Paskvan · Odson · Wildung · Pregulman · Schlinkman · Strzykalski · Case · Girard · Heath · Tonnemaker · Gain · Parilli · Carmichael · Hunter · Switzer · Bettis · Losch · Hornung · Kramer · Currie · Duncan · Moore · Adderley · Gros · Robinson · Voss · Anderson · Elkins · Grabowski · Gillingham · Hyland · Horn · Carr · Lueck · Moore · McCoy · McGeorge · Brockington · Buchanon · Tagge · Barry Smith · Barty Smith · Koncar · Butler · E. Johnson · Lofton · J. Anderson · Ivery · Clark · Cumby · Campbell · Hallstrom · Lewis · Carreker · Ruettgers · Fullwood · Sharpe · Mandarich · Bennett · Thompson · Clark · Buckley · Simmons · Teague · Taylor · Newsome · Michels · Verba · Holliday · Edwards · Franks · Reynolds · Walker · Barnett · Carroll · Rodgers · Hawk · Harrell · Raji · Matthews · Bulaga · Sherrod · v · d · eGreen Bay Packers 1936 NFL Champions Wayland Becker | Hank Bruder | Frank Butler | Cal Clemens | Tiny Engebretsen | Lon Evans | Milt Gantenbein | Buckets Goldenberg | Lou Gordon | Arnie Herber | Clarke Hinkle | Don Hutson | Swede Johnston | Walt Kiesling | Joe Laws | Russ Letlow | Harry Mattos | John McNally | Paul Miller | Bob Monnett | Tony Paulekas | Al Rose | George Sauer | Bernie Scherer | Herm Schneidman | Ade Schwammel | Champ Seibold | Ernie Smith | George Svendsen Head Coach Curly Lambeau v · d · eGreen Bay Packers 1939 NFL Champions Frank Balasz | John Biolo | Jack Brennan | Charley Brock | Hank Bruder | Larry Buhler | Larry Craig | Tiny Engebretsen | Milt Gantenbein | Buckets Goldenberg | Tom Greenfield | Arnie Herber | Clarke Hinkle | Don Hutson | Cecil Isbell | Harry Jacunski | Eddie Jankowski | Paul Kell | Wally Kilbourne | Jimmy Lawrence | Joe Laws | Bill Lee | Russ Letlow | Al Moore | Carl Mulleneaux | Baby Ray | Herm Schneidman | Charlie Schultz | Ernie Smith | Frank Steen | Bud Svendsen | Tuffy Thompson | Frank Twedell | Andy Uram | Dick Weisgerber | Gust Zarnas | Dick Zoll Head Coach Curly Lambeau v · d · eGreen Bay Packers Hall of Fame Inductees Herb Adderley Lionel Aldridge Donny Anderson John Anderson Jerry Atkinson Nate Barragar Phil Bengtson Edgar Bennett Vernon Biever Ken Bowman Zeke Bratkowski William Brault Charley Brock Lou Brock John Brockington Robert Brooks Gilbert Brown Hank Bruder Dr. E. S. Brusky Willie Buchanon Cub Buck Wilner Burke LeRoy Butler Lee Roy Caffey George Whitney Calhoun Tony Canadeo Al Carmichael Fred Carr Don Chandler Mark Chmura Gerald Francis Clifford Red Cochran Paul Coffman Irv Comp Fred Cone Larry Craig Dan Currie Carroll Dale Art Daley Boob Darling Willie Davis Lynn Dickey Bobby Dillon LaVern Dilweg Mike Douglass Boyd Dowler Red Dunn Jug Earp Gerry Ellis Ken Ellis Paul Engebretsen Lon Evans Howie Ferguson Marv Fleming Bill Forester Bob Forte Antonio Freeman Ted Fritsch Milt Gantenbein Gale Gillingham Charles Goldenberg Johnnie Gray Forrest Gregg Hank Gremminger Dave Hanner Bob Harlan William Henderson Arnie Herber Clarke Hinkle Johnny Holland Paul Hornung Billy Howton Cal Hubbard Don Hutson Jim Irwin Cecil Isbell Harry Jacunski Ed Jankowski Bob Jeter Lee H. Joannes Ezra Johnson Swede Johnston Frank Jonet Henry Jordan Carl Jorgensen Dr. W. Webber Kelly Gary Knafelc Greg Koch Ron Kostelnik Jerry Kramer Ron Kramer Curly Lambeau Joe Laws Fred Leicht Russ Letlow Dorsey Levens Verne Lewellen James Lofton Vince Lombardi Don Majkowski Bob Mann Chester Marcol John Martinkovic Charlie Mathys Larry McCarren Max McGee John McNally Mike Michalske Tom Miller Bob Monnett Carl Mulleneaux Mark Murphy Ray Nitschke Dominic Olejniczak Robert J. Parins Elijah Pitts Baby Ray Lee Remmel Jim Ringo Marco Rivera Dave Robinson Tobin Rote Al Schneider Ray Scott Sterling Sharpe Bob Skoronski Bart Starr Jan Stenerud Bud Svendsen George Svendsen Jim Taylor Deral Teteak Fred Thurston Pete Tinsley Al Treml F. N. Trowbridge, Sr. A. B. Turnbull Andy Uram Jack Vainisi Reggie White Jesse Whittenton Dick Wildung Travis Williams Frank Winters Ron Wolf Willie Wood Whitey Woodin v · d · eNFL's 1930s All-Decade Team Earl "Dutch" Clark | Arnie Herber | Cecil Isbell | Cliff Battles | John McNally | Beattie Feathers | Alphonse "Tuffy" Leemans | Ken Strong | Clarke Hinkle | Bronko Nagurski | Bill Hewitt | Don Hutson | Wayne Millner | Gaynell Tinsley | George Christensen | Frank Cope | Turk Edwards | Bill Lee | Joe Stydahar | Ox Emerson | Dan Fortmann | Charles Goldenberg | Russ Letlow | Mel Hein | George Svendsen Persondata Name Letlow, Russ Alternative names Short description American football player Date of birth October 5, 1913 Place of birth Dinuba, CA Date of death October 12, 1987 Place of death This biographical article relating to an American football offensive lineman born in the 1910s is a stub. 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