BALTIMORE, Md. (WBAY) - Former Packers quarterback Don Majkowski hopes fans will work a little "majik" and bring his Packers Hall of Fame ring back to him.
The former Packers #7 reported on Twitter Friday that his Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame ring was left on a dresser at the Lord Baltimore Hotel in Baltimore, Md.
"I forgot to put it on one morning and left it on the dresser. Realized it wsa gone the next day."
FYI... My Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame ring was stolen from my hotel room in Baltimore this past weekend. If anyone sees it out there, let me know!— Don Majkowski (@Dmajik7) June 22, 2018
Majkowski was inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame in 2005.
He was drafted by the Packers in 1987 and played with them until 1992.
"Majik" Majkowski was credited, along with coach Lindy Infante, with the Packers' resurgence. "The Cardiac Pack," so-called because of their close games and nail-biting finishes, went 10-6 in 1989, the team's best record in 17 years.