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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Lambeau Field may be the most iconic venue in all of professional sports. It's the oldest continually used stadium in the NFL, first opening in 1957 as the new City Stadium and hosting the Green Bay Packers and their fans ever since.
But with that level of prestige comes the need for upkeep and upgrades. That's why the Packers set out on a 286.5 million expansion project beginning in September 2011 that will be fully completed in June 2015.
The first phase, however, which includes 7,000 new seats, will be ready by the time Green Bay has its first preseason game in August.
With five months left to finish construction, there is still plenty of work to be done. Clearing away the vast amount of dust and debris currently scattered throughout the stadium's highest level (the new ninth floor) seems like a five-month project by itself. Glass windows have not yet replaced the plastic that's up, the floors are still just concrete and the bathrooms don't ...
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According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Green Bay Packers are still trying to negotiate with wide receiver Greg Jennings even though it looks like his days over as a Packer.
“I hear the Packers are still trying to negotiate with him,” said Rapoport.
He also mentioned the Colts, Browns and Vikings as possible landing spots for Jennings.
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Steven Jackson could be the guy to help Green Bay get back to the Super Bowl.
The Green Bay Packers do not take many risks in NFL Free Agency. In fact, for the most part, general manager Ted Thompson stays away from it altogether – choosing instead to focus on re-signing the players he has drafted that prove worthy of second or even third contracts.
Yet, sometimes you have to...
While most NFL fans have their attention turned to the free agency frenzy that is slated to begin this afternoon, some NFL teams like the Green Bay Packers are still taking care of business with their own restricted free agents as clubs have until 4pm ET to tender offers to restricted free agents before the new league year begins.
Today, the Green Bay Packers have decided to...
Ian Rapoport reports that the Green Bay Packers are still trying to negotiate free agent WR Greg Jennings.
Rapoport adds that Jennings has ”significant interest” from teams like the Colts, Browns, and Vikings.
If true, it’s hard to imagine the Packers offering top-dollar for Jennings. They typically try to retain their own players, but this could have a big impact on their...
According to Rob Demovsky of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, if wide receiver Greg Jennings doesn’t sign anywhere by midnight, he could re-sign with the Packers.
NFL source just told me that if Jennings hasn’t signed with another team by midnight, he could be back with the #Packers.
— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) March 12, 2013
Now that the Vikings no longer have Percy Harvin...
Outside linebacker Erik Walden is now a former member of the Green Bay Packers.
Just one hour after free agency began, Walden, 27, struck a deal with the Indianapolis Colts.
Colts owner Jim Irsay announced the news on his Twitter page.
According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Walden agreed to a four-year, 16 million contract with Indianapolis.
Walden was suspended for Week...
Wide receiver Greg Jennings is a popular player in the NFC North.
A source told FOXSports.com that the Vikings and the Packers have expressed interest in signing Jennings now that he is an unrestricted free agent.
Jennings, 29, is considered the top wide receiver remaining on the market after Miami signed Pittsburgh's Mike Wallace at the start of Tuesday's signing period...
Greg Jennings is having a quiet start to the beginning of the free agency period, and not even Jennings is sure if that’s a good thing or a bad thing.
Several reports are suggesting that after the Dolphins chose Mike Wallace over Jennings, the veteran wide receiver could indeed end up back in Green Bay.
ESPN Wisconsin is reporting that the Packers actually offered Jennings a deal...
The Packers should be serious about signing Steven Jackson.
It was an unusual opening day of NFL free agency for Green Bay Packer fans. Normally, there is nothing to be heard from Packers camp during the first few days of the frenzy as the high priced free agents come off the board fast and furious but yesterday was just a little bit different.
Packer fans actually did have some...
Free agent safety Charles Woodson is scheduled to meet with the San Francisco 49ers in the Bay Area on Wednesday.
Agent Carl Poston confirmed the meeting. Woodson, released by Green Bay on Feb. 15 with two years remaining on his contract, has one important thing in common with 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh: They're former Michigan stars.
As safety Dashon Goldson makes the rounds...