Former U.S. football superstar Bart Starr, who led his Green Bay Packers to victory in the first two Super Bowls, has died at 85.
The Packers gave no cause of death, but Starr had not fully recovered from two strokes and a heart attack five years ago.
Starr arrived in Green Bay in 1956 after playing college football for the University of Alabama.
He was a solid but unremarkable player until legendary coach Vince Lombardi took over the Packers in 1959.
Starr's name became synonymous with football greatness in the 1960s.
Starr and Lombardi led Green Bay to five NFL championships, including wins in Super Bowls I and II.
The 1967 Super Bowl will be forever known as the Ice Bowl, with wind chills as low as minus 56 degrees Celsius at one point.
Despite the miserable conditions and with just minutes to go, Starr completed five consecutive passes and ran the ball into the end zone himself, to come from behind and beat the Dallas Cowboys, 21-17.
Starr retired from playing in 1971 and later coached the Packers. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1977.
Starr co-founded a ranch for troubled boys and the NFL's annual Bart Starr Award goes to the player who shows outstanding charitable traits.