The Green Bay Packers’ all-time rushing yards leaders are topped by Ahman Green and Hall of Famer Jim Taylor. Each running back gained more than 8,000 yards on the ground for the Packers as they combined to participate in nine Pro Bowls.
5. Dorsey Levens: 3,937 yards
Former Pro Bowl running back Dorsey Levens is the fifth leading rusher in Green Bay Packers’ history. Levens entered the NFL in 1994 and spent his first eight seasons with the Packers. He had his breakout season in 1997 when he racked up 1,435 rushing yards along with 370 receiving yards and a combined 12 touchdowns. Levens had a second 1,000 yard campaign in 1999 with a career-high nine rushing touchdowns. He was Green Bay’s leading rusher in their Super Bowl XXXI championship.
4. Tony Canadeo: 4,197 yards
Versatile Hall of Famer Tony Canadeo ranks fourth on the list of Green Bay Packers’ all-time rushing yards leaders. Over 11 seasons with the Packers from 1941 to 1952, Canadeo spent time as a tailback, quarterback, kick and punt returner, defensive back, and punter. He ran for 4.1 yards per carry over the course of his career became the first Packer to reach 1,000 rushing yards in a single season with 1,052 yards in 1949. Canadeo scored 26 touchdowns on the ground, caught five touchdown passes, threw for 16 scores, and grabbed nine interceptions for the Packers.
3. John Brockington: 5,024 yards
All-Pro fullback John Brockington ranks third among the Green Bay Packers’ all-time rushing yards leaders. Brockington spent seven years in the Packers’ backfield in the 1970s and was named to three Pro Bowls. He began his career as the 1971 Offensive Rookie of the Year, starting a streak of three straight 1,000 rushing yard seasons. Brockington averaged 59.1 rushing yards per game over 85 games with the Packers.
2. Jim Taylor: 8,207 yards
Hall of Fame fullback Jim Taylor holds the second spot on the list of Green Bay Packers’ all-time rushing yards leaders. Taylor led the Packers’ backfield during the most successful era in team history. From 1961 to 1966, Taylor’s Packers won four championships including the first Super Bowl ever played. He ran for more than 1,000 yards five straight times from 1960 to 1964. In 1962, Taylor was named NFL MVP as he led the league with 1,474 rushing yards and 19 touchdowns. He averaged 69.6 rushing yards per game over nine years in Green Bay and his 83 rushing scores place him in the all-time top 15. Taylor is the Packers’ all-time rushing touchdowns leader with 81.
1. Ahman Green: 8,322 yards
The Green Bay Packers’ all-time rushing yards leader is four-time Pro Bowler Ahman Green. Green was Green Bay’s primary runner from 2000 to 2006. He accumulated 1,000-plus rushing yards six times and posted a Packers’ single-season record 1,883 rushing yards in 2003. In 104 games with the Packers, Green racked up a combined 11,048 rushing and receiving yards with 54 touchdowns on the ground and 14 touchdown catches.
Green Bay Packers Rushing Career Register. Pro-Football-Reference.com