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New this summer-Packer-Bills scrimmage at Lambeau

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by PWT36, May 11, 2005.

  1. PWT36

    PWT36 Cheesehead

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    Posted at 07:58 on May 11, 2005


    Family Night to include scrimmage with Buffalo Bills

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    Tickets, priced again at $8 each, will go on sale Saturday, June 4, with details to be announced at a later date. Parking for the evening will be $5, with net proceeds going to the Green Bay Packers Foundation.

    The Family Night event drew 60,217 in 2004, 48,898 in 2001, 50,240 in 2000 and 46,420 in 1999. Family Night
     
  2. HatestheEagles084

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  3. IPBprez

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    Do the Buffalo Bills even have anyone worth playing against?
     
  4. Ryan

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    Funny enough, the little brother of a kid I graduated HS with is now on the Bills. (My younger brother actually played HS ball with him) He played college ball for Northern Illinois.

    http://www.buffalobills.com/team/player ... _id=122621

    Should be a pretty cool homecoming for him. Your first year in the NFL and you get to play at the stadium you grew up watching pro football in. Pretty sweet. Too bad he's not in green and gold though.
     
  5. IPBprez

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    Good for him - but actually, aside from the RB (Willis McGahee)... ? Who else is there?
    They have Takeo Spikes and Josh Reed and all of the other names, I don't even recognize... even from any Sports Shows....

    At least it'll be one extra pre-season game... sorta....
     
  6. CaliforniaCheez

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    This is good news. It will make Family Night a little better and for some Bills players who never will make it in the NFL it will be a wonderful experience.

    This is some salesmanship to future free agents. If this is now the tradition of Family Night it will help free agent signings in the future.

    The Bills will see some class.
     
  7. PWT36

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    IPBprez- You must recognize Sam Adams 12 years in N.F.L.- Lee Evans of Wisconsin W.R-London Fletcher L.B. 8yrs in N.F.L.- Travis Henry R.B. 5 yrs in the league. (a pretty fair R.B.) - Kelly holcomb Q.B. 8 years in the league.- J.P Rosman Q.B. (Packers would have liked to drafted him but Bills beat them to it)- Eric Molds W.R. 10 years in the league. How about Troy Vincent of Wisconsin- S. 14 years in the N.F.L? Packers really missed it on him, they took T.Buck instead. My favorite Rookie on Bills Jim Leonhardt of Toney, Wi. and the Wisconsin Badgers. All of 5'8'' and about 170lbs, but he sure has a nose for the football.
    Besides the Packers will be sick and tired of beating on each other in training camp by August 5 and will like to be taking it out on somebody else with different color jersey and it makes it more interesting for full house at family night at Lambeau Field. It is a win-win situation after weeks of rough summer training camp sessions.then hosting Bills for a dinner in Lambeau Field Atrium after the two Teams beat on each other during two training sessions and a scrimmage before a full house at Lambeau Field. Only in Green Bay.
     

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