Coming off a 2013 season that saw Green Bay post its fifth straight winning season and its third consecutive NFC North title, the Packers will begin to write this season’s story in front of fans at Nitschke Field. Training camp practices resume today with another great opportunity for fans to familiarize themselves with some key acquisitions in free agency and the rookie class.
A tradition first started under Curly Lambeau in 1946, training camp in Green Bay remains one of the most intimate
settings in all of professional sports. 2014 marks the sixth summer at the newly constructed Nitschke Field, just a short bike ride away from the team facility.
Nitschke boasts the same playing surface as Lambeau Field and seating for 1,500 fans with unobstructed views and sideline access to their favorite players.
Practice begins at 8:20 AM each of the next three days before the Family Night Scrimmage Saturday at 6:25 PM.