NAME                NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE         YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
Ryan Wetnight       83   TE 6- 2 230 Stanford         1  8 29 10 2000 FA - Chi (1999)
Brian Williams      51   LB 6- 1 245 USC              6  6 27  4 1995 Draft - 3rd round
K.D. Williams       50   LB 6- 0 235 Henderson State  1  2 27 16 2000 Trade - N. Orleans
Tyrone Williams     37   CB 5-11 193 Nebraska         5  5 27 16 1996 Draft - 3rd round
Frank Winters       52    C 6- 3 305 West Illinois    8 13 35 14 1992 Plan B - K City
Danny Wuerffel       7   QB 6- 1 212 Florida          1  4 26  1 2000 FA - NO (1999)
NO - Jersey Number POS - Position HGT - Height WGT - Weight YR - Years with Packers PR - Years of Professional Football AGE - Age on September 1 G - Games  Played FA - Free Agent
2000 PACKERS PRACTICE SQUAD
NAME                POS COLLEGE           HOW ACQUIRED
Kenny Coutain        WR Memphis           2000 FA
Jason Gavadza        TE Kent              2000 FA - Pittsburgh (2000 - 6th round)
Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila DE San Diego St.     2000 Draft - 5th round
Chris Gizzi          LB Air Force         2000 FA
Herbert Goodman      RB Graceland         2000 FA
Craig Heimburger      G Missouri          1999 Draft - 5th round
Warner Herndon        S Morgan St.        2000 FA
Mike Horacek         WR Iowa State        2000 FA
Ed Kehl             T-G BYU               2000 FA
Adam Newman          TE Boston College    2000 FA
Tom Schau           C-G Illinois          2000 FA
Gerald Williams      WR Oklahoma          1999 FA
Bold Italics - Made Active Roster
2000 PACKERS DRAFT (April 15-16, 2000 )
RND-PCK NAME                POS COLLEGE       NOTES
1    14 Bubba Franks         TE Miami (FL) 
2    44 Chad Clifton          T Tennessee 
3    74 Steve Warren         DT Nebraska 
4a   98 Na'il Diggs          LB Ohio State    (A) 
4b  108 From Jets for Rick Mirer, traded to San Francisco
4c  114 Anthony Lucas        WR Arkansas 
4d  126 Gary Berry            S Ohio State    (B) 
5a  132 From SF for Craig Newsome, traded back to San Francisco
5b  149 Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila DE San Diego St
5b  151 Joey Jamison      WR/KR Texas South.  (C) 
6   185 Traded to Seattle in Ahamn Green/Fred Vinson trade
7a  224 Mark Tauscher         T Wisconsin 
7b  229 Ron Moore            DT NW Okla. St   (D) 
7c  242 Charles Lee          WR C. Florida    (B)
7d  249 Eugene McCaslin      LB Florida       (B)
7e  252 Rondell Mealey       RB LSU           (B)
A-From San Francisco B-Free agency compensatory pick C-From Seattle in Ahman Green/Fred Vinson trade D-From Seattle for Derrick Mayes
Bold Italics - Played for the Green Bay Packers
FREE AGENCY - UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
PLAYERS SIGNED - P Tom Hutton (Miami), DT Russell Maryland (Oakland), LB Mike Morton (St. Louis), DE John Thierry (Cleveland)
PLAYERS LOST - DE Vaughn Booker (Cincinnati), LB Keith McKenzie (Cleveland)
FREE AGENCY - RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
PLAYERS LOST - None
TRANSISTION PLAYER DESIGNATION
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NAME                NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE         YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
Chris Akins         31    S 5-11 195 Ark-Pine Bluff   1  1 23  2 1999 Draft - 7th round
Gary Berry          21    S 5-11 193 Ohio State       1  1 22  4 2000 Draft - 4th round
Josh Bidwell         9    P 6- 3 222 Oregon           1  1 24 16 1999 Draft - 4th round
David Bowens        96   DE 6- 2 261 Western Illinois 1  2 23 14 2000 Trade - Denver
Corey Bradford      85   WR 6- 1 205 Jackson State    3  3 24  2 1998 Draft - 5th round
LeRoy Butler        36    S 6- 0 203 Florida State   11 11 32 16 1990 Draft - 2nd round
Chad Clifton        76    T 6- 5 325 Tennessee        1  1 24 13 2000 Draft - 2nd round
Rob Davis           60   LS 6- 3 285 Shippensburg     4  5 31 16 1997 FA - Chi (1996)
Tyrone Davis        81   TE 6- 4 260 Virginia         4  6 28 14 1997 Trade - NY Jets
Na'il Diggs         59   LB 6- 4 234 Ohio State       1  1 22 13 2000 Draft - 4th round
Earl Dotson         72    T 6- 3 317 Texas A&I        8  8 29  2 1993 Draft - 3rd round
Santana Dotson      71   DT 6- 5 290 Baylor           5  9 30 12 1996 UFA - Tampa Bay
Donald Driver       80   WR 6- 0 177 Alcorn State     2  2 25 16 1999 Draft - 7th round
Antuan Edwards      24   CB 6- 1 205 Clemson          2  2 23 12 1999 Draft - 1st round
Brett Favre          4   QB 6- 2 225 S. Mississippi   9 10 30 16 1992 Trade - Atlanta
Mike Flanagan       58    C 6- 5 297 UCLA             3  3 26 16 1996 Draft - 3rd round
Bubba Franks        88   TE 6- 6 260 Miami (FL)       1  1 21 16 2000 Draft - 1st round
Antonio Freeman     86   WR 6- 0 198 Virginia Tech    6  6 28 15 1995 Draft - 3rd round
K. Gbaja-Biamilla   94   DE 6- 4 245 San Diego State  1  1 22  7 2000 Draft - 5th round
Chris Gizzi         57   LB 6- 0 235 Air Force        1  1 25 11 2000 FA
Herbert Goodman     29   RB 5-11 203 Graceland        1  1 23  5 2000 FA
Ahman Green         30   RB 6- 0 217 Nebraska         1  3 23 16 2000 Trade - Seattle
Bernardo Harris     55   LB 6- 2 246 North Carolina   6  6 28 16 1995 FA
Matt Hasselbeck     11   QB 6- 4 220 Boston College   2  2 25 16 1998 Draft - 6th round
William Henderson   30   FB 6- 1 253 North Carolina   6  6 29 16 1995 Draft - 3rd round
Vonnie Holliday     90   DE 6- 5 290 North Carolina   3  3 24 12 1998 Draft - 1st round
Cletidus Hunt       97   DE 6- 4 299 Kentucky State   2  2 24 16 1999 Draft - 3rd round
Charles Lee         82   WR 6- 2 202 Central Florida  1  1 22 15 2000 Draft - 7th round
Dorsey Levens       25   RB 6- 1 230 Georgia Tech     7  7 30  5 1994 Draft - 5th round
Ryan Longwell        8    K 6- 0 198 California       4  4 26 16 1997 FA - San Francisco
Billy Lyon          98   DT 6- 5 295 Marshall         3  3 26 11 1997 FA
Russell Maryland    67   DT 6- 1 308 Miami (FL)       1 10 31 16 2000 UFA - Oak (1999)
Tod McBride         27   DB 6- 1 207 UCLA             2  2 24 15 1999 FA
Eugene McCaslin     56   LB 6- 1 226 Florida          1  1 23  1 2000 Draft - 7th round
Scott McGarrahan    43    S 6- 1 198 New Mexico       3  3 26 16 1998 Draft - 6th round
Mike McKenzie       34   CB 6- 0 185 Memphis          2  2 24 10 1999 Draft - 3rd round
Raleigh McKenzie    63    G 6- 2 290 Tennessee        2 16 37  3 1999 UFA - SD (1998)
Basil Mitchell      28   RB 5-10 200 TCU              2  2 24  1 1999 FA
Jason Moore         40    S 5-10 191 San Diego State  1  2 24  3 2000 FA - Denver (1999)
Mike Morton         53   LB 6- 4 238 North Carolina   1  6 29 16 2000 UFA - St. L (1999)
De'Mond Parker      22   RB 5-10 185 Oklahoma         2  2 23  8 1999 Draft - 5th round
Marco Rivera        62    G 6- 4 310 Penn State       4  4 28 16 1996 Draft - 6th round
Austin Robbins      99   DT 6- 6 300 North Carolina   1  7 29  2 2000 FA - Oakland
Allen Rossum        20 B-KR 5- 8 178 Notre Dame       1  3 24 16 2000 Trade - Phil
Bill Schroeder      84   WR 6- 2 205 UW-La Crosse     4  4 29 16 1996 FA - New England
Darren Sharper      42   DB 6- 2 205 William & Mary   4  4 24 16 1997 Draft - 2nd round
Matt Snider         38   FB 6- 2 240 Richmond         2  2 24 16 1999 FA
Barry Stokes        79  G-T 6- 4 310 Eastern Michigan 1  2 26  8 2000 FA - Miami (1998)
Mark Tauscher       65    T 6- 3 313 Wisconsin        1  1 23 16 2000 Draft - 7th round
John Thierry        91   DE 6- 4 262 Alcorn State     1  7 28 16 2000 UFA - Cleve (1999)
Ross Verba          78    T 6- 4 308 Iowa             4  4 26 16 1997 Draft - 1st round
Mike Wahle          68    G 6- 6 310 Navy             3  3 23 16 1998 Sup Dr - 2nd round
Steve Warren        95   DT 6- 1 298 Nebraska         1  1 22 13 2000 Draft - 3rd round
Nate Wayne          54   LB 6- 0 230 Mississippi      1  3 25 16 2000 Trade - Denver
TRADES AND TRANSACTIONS
FEBRUARY 24 - Traded a 2001 7th-round selection (later traded to Atlanta - G Kynan Forney) to DENVER for LB David Bowens
MARCH 16 - Traded TE Jeff Thomason to PHILADELPHIA for TE Kaseem Sinceno
APRIL 15 - Traded CB Fred Vinson and a 2000 6th-round selection (DT Tim Watston) to SEATTLE for RB Ahman Green and 2000 5th-round selection (WR/KR Joey Jamison)
APRIL 16 - Traded 2000 4th- (SS John Keith) and 5th-round (FB Paul Smith) selections to SAN FRANCISCO for a 2000 4th-round selection (LB Na'il Diggs)
AUGUST 15 - Traded a 2001 4th-round selection (G Ben Hamilton) to DENVER for LB Nate Wayne
JULY 31 - Traded QB Aaron Brooks and TE Lamont Hall to NEW ORLEANS for LB K.D. Williams and a 2001 3rd-round draft choice (later dealt to 49ers, who sent the pick to Seattle - FB Heath Evans)
AUGUST 26 - Traded a 2001 5th-round draft choice (TE Toy Stewart) to PHILADELPHIA for CB/KR Allen Rossum
2000 IN REVIEW
After the quick failure of Ray Rhodes, the Packers turned to former assistant coach Mike Sherman who followed Mike Holmgren to Seattle. The Packers would get off
to a slow start under Sherman and sat at 5-7, after an 0-2 start. With the playoffs all but out of reach the Packers closed the season on a strong note winning their
final four games including two against teams bound for the postseason. Following the season GM Ron Wolf would retire, as coach Mike Sherman was given his
responsibilities.
THE PACKERS FINANCIAL DOWNWARD SPIRAL
After weathering numerous financial storms in their history, the Green Bay Packers found themselves in another monetary crisis in the late 1990s. After making a
profit of just over $7 million in 1998 and just under $7 million in 1999, the team lost $419,000 in the 2000 fiscal year. It was Green Bay's first operating loss in more
than a decade. The situation was made worse, as the Packers had to dip into the team's cash reserves, which declined to $49 million, compared with $52.4 million
in 1998. With the reserves being drained, and no new sources of revenue, the franchise was projecting that reserves would fall to $7.9 million by 2004 and that a
negative cash reserve would require the team to borrow almost $10 million to fund operations by 2005. In 2000, the Packers dropped to 17th of the 31 NFL teams in
overall revenue. Two years prior, the Packers were ninth in the league in revenue, and the team was 15th with $102 million in revenue in 1999. In January 2000, the
Packers announced plans for a $295 million referendum to renovate, modernize and enlarge Lambeau Field.  Packer president Bob Harlan went out and pressed
the case for the referendum everywhere he could. Harlan was going through a personal nightmare at the same time the Packers were facing a financial nightmare.
Harlan’s mother suffered a brain stem stroke in December 1999, and, according to later report, his own health deteriorated during a very contentious public battle
over the referendum. In a Green Bay Press-Gazette article in 2009, Harlan said he would travel every weekend eight hours to Des Moines, Iowa, to visit his mother,
who was paralyzed, couldn’t speak and didn’t recognize him. She died a month before the stadium vote was taken. The project's voter-approved financing came in
the form of a half-cent sales tax in Brown County to support over $160 million in bonding. The state of Wisconsin approved funding of an additional $9.1 million for
stadium infrastructure improvements. The Packers, the city and the NFL contributed $125.9 million from a one-time seat user fee. And, the club pledged to cover any
project cost overruns in consideration of its authority to direct the design of the building and stadium construction. Their plan won voter approval, by a 53-47 margin, in September 2000, and construction began early the following year, insuring the Packers would remain competitive into the 21st century.
2000 PRE-SEASON RESULTS (2-2)
AUGUST (2-2)                           RESULT       RECORD    ATT STARTING QB             LEADING RUSHER              LEADING PASSER              LEADING RECEIVER
4  NEW YORK JETS                      W 37-24       1- 0-0 59,585 Brett Favre             Ahman Green (78)            Matt Hasselbeck (162)       Bobby Brown (3-24)
13 at Denver Broncos                  L 20-26       1- 1-0 75,367 Matt Hasselbeck         Dorsey Levens (68)          Matt Hasselbeck (140)       Antonio Freeman (5-68)
21 at Miami Dolphins                  L 14-17       1- 2-0 60,287 Matt Hasselbeck         Herbert Goodman (91)        Danny Wuerffel (105)        Bubba Franks (2-37)
26 CLEVELAND BROWNS                   W 34-33       2- 2-0 59,687 Matt Hasselbeck         Herbert Goodman (88)        Danny Wuerffel (206)        Herbert Goodman (3-67)
2000 REGULAR SEASON RESULTS (9-7)
SEPTEMBER (2-2)
3  NEW YORK JETS (0-0)                L 16-20       0- 1-0 59,870 Brett Favre             Ahman Green (41)            Brett Favre (152)           Antonio Freeman (3-59)
10 at Buffalo Bills (1-0)             L 18-27       0- 2-0 72,722 Brett Favre             Ahman Green (46)            Brett Favre (269)           Antonio Freeman (7-80)
17 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (1-1)          W  6- 3       1- 2-0 59,869 Brett Favre             Dorsey Levens (74)          Brett Favre (189)           Tyrone Davis (5-41)
24 at Arizona Cardinals (1-1)         W 29- 3       2- 2-0 69,568 Brett Favre             Ahman Green (93)            Brett Favre (277)           Bill Schroeder (4-94)
OCTOBER (1-3)
1  CHICAGO BEARS (0-4)                L 24-27       2- 3-0 59,869 Brett Favre             Dorsey Levens (24)          Brett Favre (333)           Bill Schroeder (8-108)
8  at Detroit Lions (3-2)             L 24-31       2- 4-0 77,549 Brett Favre             Ahman Green (69)            Brett Favre (293)           Ahman Green (8-76)
15 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (2-4)          W 31-28       3- 4-0 59,870 Brett Favre             Dorsey Levens (57)          Brett Favre (266)           Antonio Freeman (6-116)
22 Bye Week
29 at Miami Dolphins (5-2)            L 20-28       3- 5-0 73,740 Brett Favre             Ahman Green (94)            Brett Favre (194)           Bill Schroeder (4-48)
NOVEMBER (2-2)
6  MINNESOTA VIKINGS (7-1)            W 26-20 (OT)  4- 5-0 59,854 Brett Favre             Ahman Green (68)            Brett Favre (235)           Antonio Freeman (5-118)
12 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-4)      L 15-20       4- 6-0 65,621 Brett Favre             Ahman Green (65)            Brett Favre (117)           Ahman Green (7-35)
19 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (7-3)           W 26-24       5- 6-0 59,869 Brett Favre             Ahman Green (153)           Brett Favre (301)           Bill Schroeder (8-155)
27 at Carolina Panthers (4-7)         L 14-31       5- 7-0 73,295 Brett Favre             Ahman Green (61)            Brett Favre (267)           Ahman Green (9-56)
DECEMBER (1-3)
3  CHICAGO BEARS (3-9)                W 28- 6       6- 7-0 66,944 Brett Favre             Ahman Green (69)            Brett Favre (225)           Bill Schroeder (6-119)
10 DETROIT LIONS (8-5)                W 26-13       7- 7-0 59,854 Brett Favre             Ahman Green (118)           Brett Favre (208)           Antonio Freeman (5-80)
17 at Minnesota Vikings (11-3)        W 33-28       8- 7-0 64,183 Brett Favre             Ahman Green (161)           Brett Favre (290)           Bill Schroeder (8-78)
24 TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (10-5)        W 17-14 (OT)  9- 7-0 59,692 Brett Favre             Ahman Green (74)            Brett Favre (1960           Ahman Green (9-78)
AHMAN GREEN JOINS THE PACKERS
* Seattle Seahawks (1998-1999) - Green was drafted in the third round (76th overall) of the 1998 NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks. Although Green produced a high rushing average (6.0 in 1998 and 4.6 in 1999) he had difficulty earning significant playing time behind established veteran Ricky Watters.
* Green Bay Packers (2000-2006) -  In 2000, Green was traded along with a fifth round draft pick to the Green Bay Packers for Fred Vinson and a sixth round pick. He was selected to the NFL Pro Bowl every year from 2001 to 2004 and broke several franchise records. From the time he joined the Packers in 2000 up through the end of the 2004 season, Green gained more yards from scrimmage (9,036) and rushing yards (6,848) than any other NFL player. In 2003, he had his best year as a professional and set the Green Bay franchise record by running for 1,883 yards in the regular season. He threw a touchdown pass on October 17, 2004 vs. the Detroit Lions. During his time with the Packers, Green became one of two players in NFL history to have two touchdown runs of 90 or more yards (Bo Jackson is the other). Despite his injury-shortened 2005 season, the Packers re-signed Green to a one-year, $2 million contract, with an extra $3 million in incentives. After the 2006 season he became a free agent.
* Houston Texans (2007-2008) -  On March 4, 2007 Green signed a four-year, $23 million deal with the Houston Texans. He was reunited with his former head coach and former Texans' assistant head coach Mike Sherman along with former Packers running back Samkon Gado. He was asked to handle the bulk of the load at running back after a 2006 season in which the Texans used a "running back by committee" approach, with a lot of success. On February 10, 2009, Green was released by the Texans.
* Green Bay Packers (2009) -  Ahman Green officially re-signed with the Green Bay Packers on October 21, 2009 after the Packers placed running back DeShawn Wynn on injured reserve. With his former number, 30, taken by fullback John Kuhn, Green chose to wear No. 34 in honor of former Chicago Bears running back Walter Payton. On November 8, 2009 Green broke Jim Taylor's record to become the all time leading rusher in Packer history.
* Omaha Nighthawks (2010) - In an interview on radio station KOZN, Green publicly campaigned to join the Omaha Nighthawks of the United Football League. Green was subsequently included in the Nighthawks' 40-man protected roster.
* Montreal Alouettes (2011) - On February 7, 2011, the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League announced they signed Green to a tryout contract. On March 9, 2011, it was announced that he had signed a two-year contract with the Alouettes. Green was released on the first day of training camp on June 5, 2011 after failing his physical due to a hamstring injury.
AHMAN GREEN BY THE NUMBERS
YEAR TEAM        GP  Att  Yds TD  YEAR TEAM        GP  Att  Yds TD
1998 Seattle     16   35  209  1  2005 Green Bay    5   77  255  0
1999 Seattle     14   26  120  0  2006 Green Bay   14  266 1059  5
2000 Green Bay   16  263 1175 10  2007 Houston      6   70  260  2
2001 Green Bay   16  304 1387  9  ​2008 Houston      8   74  294  3
2002 Green Bay   14  286 1240  7  ​2009 Green Bay    8   41  160  1
2003 Green Bay   16  355 1883 15  ​2010 Omaha (UFL)  8   68  253  0
2004 Green Bay   15  259 1163  7
TOTALS
GREEN BAY       104 1851 8322 54
HOUSTON          14  144  554  5
SEATTLE          30   61  329  1
NFL Totals      148 2056 9205 60
UFL Totals        8   68  253  0
THE RENOVATION OF LAMBEAU FIELD TIMELINE
Another stock sale (1998): The Packers raise more than $24 million in a stock sale and commit the proceeds to improvements to Lambeau Field and player training facilities. Packers' executives meet with architects to determine what renovations can be made to the aging stadium.
Renovation halted (1999): The team puts on hold a major renovation of Lambeau Field, saying it can't afford it, given the rising cost of staying competitive. Packers President Bob Harlan says a new stadium may be needed within a decade. Fans press for another look at renovation.
Another request (2000): Harlan announces plan to renovate Lambeau Field for $295 million, funded largely by a 0.5 percent Brown County sales tax and a seat license fee paid by season-ticket holders. An atrium would be built to accommodate year-round use of the facility. On Sept. 12, Brown County voters pass the sales tax 53 percent to 47 percent.
Let the renovation begin (2001): Work on the renovation begins in January, but the official groundbreaking is delayed until May 19 in deference to warmer weather. As part of the ceremonies, 872 people form a semicircle from the south end zone to the 50-yard line for a group hug, coming just short of a world record for group-hug participants but raising almost $30,000 for Special Olympics.
Almost done (2002): The preseason welcomes fans to a new-look Lambeau Field. The luxury boxes are finished, the upper and lower concourses are open except on the north end, and the Atrium forms a new main entrance to the stadium, although many of the Atrium's amenities will await the 2003 season.
Party time! (2003): A weeklong series of festivities marks the stadium's rededication. The fully renovated Lambeau Field hosted its first regular-season game on Sept. 7, against the Minnesota Vikings with the Vikings beating the green and gold 30-25.
May 15th 2000 - Gov. Tommy Thompson signed legislation Saturday inside Lambeau Field that allows taxpayers to decide if they want to pay a half-cent sales tax to help finance a $295 million stadium renovation, ending a lengthy legislative battle. "Today we're putting the future of Lambeau Field in the hands of the people of Brown County," Thompson said as he signed the bill on the football field. "Lambeau Field is old by professional sports standards but we are not going to let it go. We're going to rebuild this stadium." The legislation -- stemming from negotiations between the team, local officials and lawmakers -- allows a Brown County referendum in the Sept. 12 primary on a proposed half-percent sales tax to finance $160 million in construction bonds to pay for the project. 

Governor Tommy Thompson shakes hands with Packer fan Larry Primeau after the on-field ceremony (SOURCE: Associated Press)

10 years after sales tax vote, public is still divided over financing of Lambeau Field renovations (Green Bay Press-Gazette - October 24th 2010)
Renovation/Redevelopment
2001-03: The $295 million project added 12,032 seats, pushing present capacity to 73,142.
Lambeau Field Upgrades
Tickets - Increase in stadium capacity from 60,890 in 2001 to 73,142 presently. The Packers are making available 4,000 tickets per game to Brown County residents 18 and over who do not hold season tickets; the program began in 2003. The team was able to further reduce its season-ticket waiting list, which still contains more than 83,000 people; roughly 3,500 names have come off since 2001.
Club Level
  166 state-of-the-art private boxes featuring increased square footage and high-end custom finishes. Club seating increased from 1,920 indoor seats to approximately 3,000 indoor and 3,000 outdoor seats. An exclusive club level can be accessed by private box and club seat holders on game day. Available to the general public during the year for functions.
Amenities
  Concession points of sale doubled (to almost 300). Dramatic increase in women's restroom facilities (180 to 556); men's restrooms increased from 436 to 708. Disabled seating increased from 56 to 733. An upper concourse was added and existing concourses were widened.
Redevelopment Financing
  Total cost: $295 million
  Referendum passed by Brown County voters Sept. 12, 2000.
  $160 million in bonds from half-cent sales tax in Brown County. $9.1 million for stadium infrastructure improvements from the state of Wisconsin. $125.9 million from the Packers, the city of Green Bay and the NFL... Team asked fans for one-time seat user fee ($1,400 for seven-game 'Green Package' ticket holders, $600 for three-game 'Gold Package' ticket holders) in 2001... Proceeds contributed from the 1997-98 stock sale and an NFL loan... Additionally, the club pledged to cover any project cost overruns in consideration of its authority to direct the design of the building and stadium construction.
Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila entered college weighing less than 200 pounds, but set the career sack record at San Diego State with 33. But he measured 6-foot-3 1/2, 245 pounds at the Combine, too small to play on the defensive line. The Packers were confident he could put on weight and play defensive end. They were right, and Gbaja-Biamila quickly became one of the league's top pass-rushers.
The 2000 Green Bay Packers - 9-7 (T-3rd - NFC Central)
Head Coach: Mike Sherman