The final home game of the 2018-19 season is Sunday, April 29, and a game in Milwaukee.
In a city where a majority of the population has either been displaced or gone to college, the Packers will have to find a way to be happy.
The team will not have a great game.
But the game will serve as a catalyst for a much-needed conversation about the future of a football program that is in transition.
The Packers have made some tough decisions in recent years.
In 2017, the team moved from Lambeau Field to the new Lucas Oil Stadium.
In 2018, the football program announced it would not be returning to Lambeaus Field for the 2021 season, citing the “ongoing issues” associated with the venue.
Last season, the NFL instituted a “sanctuary” policy for players who were arrested for offenses that do not directly involve the football field.
And the team also announced that its players will not be permitted to practice at the Lambeas Field campus during the 2019 preseason.
The team is still paying players salaries, but the team’s financial woes have forced many to take on some of the responsibility of keeping the stadium clean.
The stadium is the only venue in the league that requires fans to wear a seatbelt.
And while some fans might prefer to watch a game without a seat belt, there are also many who choose to watch from the stands.
It will be interesting to see how the Packers address these issues during the season.
For the first time in the franchise’s history, the league is moving to a game at a stadium that has no seating.
While the team has made some moves in recent seasons, there is still a lot to be worked out.
It remains to be seen whether the Packers can get a foothold in a new market, such as Los Angeles, or whether the team will need to find new fans to continue to succeed in the NFL.
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