The Green Bay Packers are planning on people coming to games this fall, it just may look a little different than you are used to compared to years' past.
In a letter sent to season ticket holders last week, the organization let them know that they are hoping to have fans in the stands this season but gave them the option to either opt-in or opt-out without having to worry about losing their seats for future years. The Gold and Green season ticket designations will disappear for a year and Brown County residents will not get the opportunity to purchase single-game tickets this year. With 6,500 seats likely being blocked off and social distancing measures being enforced, season ticket holders will go to less games this year and be required to wear a face mask when they do so.
The first preseason game hosted by the Packers has already been canceled with the NFLPA already petitioning the league to call off the whole preseason.