Current CEO of Green Empire Group and Super Bowl champion Earl Christopher Dotson is known as one of the premier offensive linemen in Green Bay Packers history. Dotson protected Brett Favre and blocked Reggie White in practice as a right offensive tackle starter. The champion lineman was born and raised in Beaumont, Texas, where he earned All-State Offensive Player of the Year while at West Brook High School. He later was named All-American tackle by Associated Press, Kodak, Football Gazette and NFL Draft Report, among other honors.
He was drafted in the1993 NFL third round from Texas A&M University-Kingsville (formerly A&I), where he studied psychology and lettered in track and field. Dotson started in Super Bowls XXXI and XXXII and later earned from his teammates the Ed Block Courage Award. He was inducted into the Texas A&I Javelina Hall of Fame in 2003, the same year Dotson retired from the Packers following back injuries and surgeries. Dotson owned and operated The 50-Yard Line bar and grill, and operated a custom car shop. The former NFL star is proud and fulfilled to participate in charitable outreach organizations and events in Wisconsin and Texas, where he currently lives.