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VIDEO :: Why Is This Trophy in the Packers Hall of Fame Exhibit at the Neville Museum?

by Paul Heling

Key pieces of Packers history will still be available to the public during construction of the new Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame at Lambeau Field. They are just moving downtown to the new "Touchdown" exhibit at the Neville Public Museum in Green Bay opening April 5th.

Why is this trophy awarded in 1967 part of the exhibit? It represents a pretty incredible year for the team that included a three-peat as champions and was the last to see Lombardi as the Packers coach. The trophy is engraved with the scores of the Western Division Championship over the Los Angeles Rams, The NFL Championship over the Cowboys in the Ice Bowl, and the Super Bowl II Championship over the Raiders . The City of Green Bay wanted to say thanks for this amazing year with this trophy. Take an up close look at history in this video...