Frank Butler (American football)

Frank John Butler (May 3, 1909 – October 30, 1979) was a professional American football offensive lineman in the National Football League. He played four seasons for the Green Bay Packers.

Frank Butler
No. 26, 35
Position:Center / Tackle
Personal information
Born:May 3, 1909
Bloomington, Illinois
Died:October 30, 1979 (aged 70)
Cook County, Illinois
Career information
College:Michigan State
Career history
Career NFL statistics
Games played:26
Games started:11
Player stats at NFL.com
Player stats at PFR
Frank Butler

Francis or Frank Butler may refer to:

Frank Butler (British sportswriter) (1916–2006), British sportswriter and author

Frank Butler (American football) (1909–1979), American football offensive lineman in the National Football League

Frank Butler (cricketer) (1889–1965), Australian cricketer

Frank Butler (founder) (born 1928), founder of Catalina Yachts, Coronado Yachts and Wesco

Frank Butler (jockey) (1817–1856), English jockey

Frank Butler (musician) (1928–1984), jazz drummer

Frank Butler (writer) (1890–1967), film writer

Frank E. Butler (1850–1926), husband of Annie Oakley and a sharpshooter

Frank Butler (outfielder) (1860–1945), baseball player

Frank Butler (Negro leagues) (1872–1899), African-American baseball pitcher and outfielder

Frank Butler (Australian politician) (1884–1961), member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly

Frank Hedges Butler (1855–1928), British wine merchant

Francis Butler (1810–1874), American author and veterinarian

Frank Chatterton Butler, ambassador of the United Kingdom to Senegal

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