Holmgren will be part of the 42nd class of the Packers Hall of Fame. His induction ceremony will be held Saturday, July 21, 2012 in the Lambeau Field Atrium.
Holmgren, currently serving as the President of the Cleveland Browns, joined the Packers organization in 1992 as head coach. He remained in that post through 1998 season.
Under his leadership the Packers won Super Bowl XXXI during the 1996 season. Holmgren made three straight NFC Championship apperanaces with the Packers (1995-97), including back-to-back wins (1996-97); and back-to-back Super Bowl apperances (1996-97), the last such feat by an NFC team.
Holmgren's overall win total, 84, is the third most in franchise history, trailing only Curly Lambeau, 212 and Vince Lombardi, 98. His winning percentage, .667, is tied with Lambeau for the second best in team history, behind only the .766 mark of Lombardi.
With at least one postseason win in five consecutive seasons (1993-97), Holmgren is one of only three coaches in NFL history ot have achieved the mark, along with John Madden and Bill Belichick.