Packers plan $140M Lambeau atrium renovations
The Green Bay Packers plan to expand their Pro Shop and move it as part of a shuffle involving the Hall of Fame and Curly's Pub, the team announced Tuesday as part of a $140 million renovation of the Lambeau Field Atrium.
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#1 Jan 10, 2013
more indoor porta-potties for the toothless inbred fans
They love indoor plumbing
#2 Jan 10, 2013
We spent more money improving Lambeau then that shit hole in Chicago is worth in total,Maybe that shithole can host a playoff game when they actually get a team that can make it.
Win or lose,they still got further then the Bears did and they eliminated Minn on top of it.
#3 Jan 10, 2013
soldier field looks more and more like the roman coliseum every day!!
#4 Jan 11, 2013
Good luck Reg
#5 Jan 12, 2013
The Packer organization continues to upgrade and improve Lambeau Field to keep it, as many people say, the finest venue in the NFL. If you go back to it's beginning Lambeau wasn't much. While keeping the playing field in it original layout and with vast improvements over the years Lambeau Field is the best football stadium in the country. Having been there a couple of times, great seats once, upper seats the second time, I was very pleased with the view of the game. Unlike the Jerry Dome or the Superdome you don't have the nose-bleed section where you have to have binnoculars to see the action. Green Bay and the Packers should be proud of this historical great place to watch football.
#6 Jan 12, 2013
Ive been there as well and YES it is a classic stadium and the best venue ive ever been to!The trick is,to keep it classic but give it 21 Century amenities and make it so GB can be profitable.
So how it Going pbwk? Enjoyed your Christmas holiday?
Dont be a stranger,miss your comments and chatting with you.Hopefully Rodgers is feeling better and ready to go and the Packers come to play.Justin Smith is going to play with a harness/cast/brace on that arm to protect his torn bicep.ITs going to be fun to watch 2 great teams going at it,we just have to hope GB can match the aggressiveness and physical play of the 49ers and most importantly,get off to a good start,not like the Minn. game last game of the year,falling behind 13-0 early.
#7 Jan 12, 2013
The holidays were great. This should be a great game. The 2 key factors for me would be the play of the Packers offensive and defensive lines. The o-line is going to have to protect Rodgers so he can get through his progressions and the d-line along with the whole defense is going to have to limit Frank Gore in his yardage much the same way they did last week with AP. This is a game where the 49ers have an untested playoff QB. Make him beat you and if he does so be it. I look for the Packers to be very aggressive tonight and taking it to the 49ers. Still haven't seen anything from GBPfan. hope all is well with him. Don't always agree with him but seems strange not hearing from him.
#9 Jan 12, 2013
Its been a while for sure.I dont agree with him very much either,but, I also hope hes ok.
You hit it on the head.If they can hold Frank Gore to a reasonable amount of yards and no huge runs ( he ran for 112 in week 1)a nd make C.K. beat us,your right,so be it and hats off to him.
Oline most protect Aaron and we cant afford drops or fumbles.AR prob wont throw more then a INT, but,it would be nice to take advantage of C.K. inexperience as a playoff qb and force a few Turnovers and hopefully turn them into points and If we really catch a break,we wont have to attempt many FG and if we do,may they be 30 chip shots and we still have to cross our fingers.On 1 of the talk shows,they talked about Crosby hitting a lower FG % in college,so this is what he is im guessing,although he did hit a ton in a row that ended this year and then he went into a funk and hopefully he broke that slump.
Id love to see the NFC title game at Lambeau ( 1 last home game for Driver!) but first things first,we have to beat SF and Seattle has to beat ATL ( which i think Seattle has a better chance then most think) Matt Ryan has not won a playoff game ( to my knowledge) SO ATL has a huge hill to climb and to prove on that one.ATL is pretty solid but again,no playoff wins ( again to my knowledge) and Seattle is playing well,so may it be Seattle or at ATL,as long as we get there is all that matters for now.
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