Nov. 13 (Meslop) — Paul Hornung, who starred for the Notre Dame Preventing Irish within the 1950s and the Green Bay Packers within the 1960s, died Friday at age 84 after a prolonged battle with dementia.

“The Green Bay Packers household immediately is mourning the lack of Paul Hornung,” Packers president and CEO Mark Murphy stated in a press release. “Paul was one in every of our particular alumni whose mere presence in Lambeau Subject electrified the group throughout his returns.

“His performances in huge video games have been unparalleled and over time have been appreciated by generations of Packers followers. He performed a key function in 4 of Vince Lombardi’s championship groups of the 1960s. … We prolong our deepest condolences to Paul’s spouse, Angela, and his household and pals.”

Hornung, born Dec. 23, 1935, in Louisville, Ky., received the Heisman Memorial Trophy in 1956 whereas taking part in for a Notre Dame workforce that posted a 2-Eight file.

In changing into the one participant to win the award as a member of a shedding workforce, he led the Irish in passing, dashing, scoring, kicking and punt returns, punting and passes damaged up. The 2-time All-American additionally ranked second in tackles and interceptions.

The Packers chosen Hornung with the No. 1 general decide within the 1957 NFL Draft. He helped information the struggling group to the 1960 NFL title sport, a 17-13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.

In that 1960 marketing campaign, Hornung accounted for a league-record 176 factors — by means of touchdowns, area objectives and further factors — a mark that stood for 46 years. Former Chargers operating again LaDainian Tomlinson broke Hornung’s scoring file in 2006 with 186 factors on 31 touchdowns.

Hornung went on to win 5 championships, together with Tremendous Bowl I, as a member of the Packers. He’s a member of each the Professional Soccer Corridor of Fame and School Soccer Corridor of Fame.

“All the Professional Soccer Corridor of Fame household mourns the passing of Paul Hornung,” stated David Baker, the president and CEO of the Corridor in Canton, Ohio. “He was an excellent participant and an unbelievable man.

“Often called ‘The Golden Boy,’ Paul was above all a frontrunner to whom the Packers regarded for the large performs within the huge video games — particularly throughout the workforce’s dynasty years underneath coach Vince Lombardi within the 1960s. We’ll endlessly preserve his legacy alive to function inspiration for future generations. The Corridor of Fame flag might be flown at half-staff in Paul’s reminiscence.”

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell stated in a press release Friday that Hornung “thrilled a technology of NFL followers along with his versatility, athleticism and character.” Goodell famous that Hornung was “instrumental in rising the recognition of the Packers and the Nationwide Soccer League.”

Hornung, who was named to the NFL’s All-Decade Crew within the 1960s, completed his nine-year profession with 760 factors on 62 complete touchdowns, 66 area objectives and 190 further factors. The 2-time Professional Bowl choice additionally recorded 3,711 dashing yards and 1,480 receiving yards.

Hornung is survived by his spouse of 41 years, Angela. The Packers stated a public celebration of his life might be held at a later date because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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Longtime tv information host Jim Lehrer receives a Lifetime Achievement award from the Press Membership of St. Louis on February 21, 2018. The PBS NewsHour co-founder died on Thursday at the age of 85. Photograph by Invoice Greenblatt/Meslop | License Photograph

Rocky Johnson

Actor Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (C) hugs his mom Ata Johnson and father, WWE Corridor of Fame wrestler, Rocky Johnson, throughout a hand and footprint ceremony at the TCL Chinese language Theatre in Los Angeles on Could 19, 2015. Rocky Johnson, also called Wayde Douglas Bowles, died on January 15, 2020, at the age of 75. Photograph by Jim Ruymen/Meslop | License Photograph

Don Larsen

Don Larsen suggestions his hat at Yankee Stadium earlier than the New York Yankees play the Baltimore Orioles within the remaining sport at Yankee Stadium in New York Metropolis on September 21, 2008. The Yankees pitcher is the one particular person in historical past to throw an ideal sport in a World Sequence. He died on January 1, 2020, at the age 90. Photograph by John Angelillo/Meslop | License Photograph

Nick Gordon

Nick Gordon (R) stands along with his girlfriend, Bobbi Kristina Brown, at the premiere of “Sparkle” in Los Angeles on August 16, 2012. Gordon died on January 1, 2020, on account of a drug overdose at the age of 30. Photograph by Jim Ruymen/Meslop | License Photograph

David Stern

NBA commissioner David Stern attends an NBA preseason sport in Paris on October 6, 2010. The previous commissioner died on January 1, 2020, at the age of 77. Photograph by David Silpa/Meslop | License Photograph