One of my favorite things to do each August is head up to Ray Nitschke field, where the Green Bay Packers hold public practices, and watch training camp. It's free and gives fans the chance to see the Pack up close and personal. Unfortunately, the Packers yesterday said they will not allow fans to attend any of the events at training camp, the traditional Family Night at Lambeau, or any of the team’s preseason games. The Packers say they are making the move to try and keep people safe from the coronavirus. Tourism officials in Green Bay say no fans will cost the city millions of dollars. Even preseason games are worth about 15 million-dollars.
Since we can't go this season, here's a video I took of Jamaal Williams really enjoying practice a few years ago.