Herbert Allen Adderley (June 8, 1939-October 30, 2020) (CB) scored the first touchdown in Super Bowl history from an intercepted pass, after returning a pass from Oakland’s Daryl Lamonica for a score in Super Bowl II. Adderley was an All-American at Michigan State University as a halfback and led the Spartans in rushing and receiving in 1959 and 1960. The Green Bay Packers selected Herb with the twelfth overall pick in the 1961 NFL Draft. After drafting Adderley as a halfback, Vince Lombardi reluctantly converted Herb into a cornerback, later sighting it as a crucial move and one he almost didn’t make. Once the Packers made Adderley an everyday cornerback he was named to his first of four NFL All-Pro First Teams in 1962 and was named to five consecutive Pro Bowl appearances (1963-1967). He played twelve seasons in the NFL with the Green Bay Packers (1961-1969) and the Dallas Cowboys (1970-1972). Adderley led the NFL twice in interception returns for touchdowns and total yards after interceptions. He also had the longest kickoff return for a touchdown (103 yards) in 1962. Addereley played in four Super Bowls in his career, capturing three Super Bowls I and II with Green Bay, and VI with the Cowboys. He is one of three players in NFL history to win six NFL Championships (1961-1962, 1965-1967, 1971). He was a member of Dallas’ legendary “Doomsday Defense.” In twelve seasons, Herb Adderley had 1,046 interception return yards on 48 interceptions adding seven touchdowns. He scored a total of nine TDs for 54 total points. Herb Adderley was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1980.