James Lofton, the Green Bay Packers' career leader in receiving yards and a Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee in 2003, is the latest addition to the Fan Fest lineup.
Tickets remain for Fan Fest, set for March 13-14 in the Lambeau Field Atrium.
Lofton will join fellow alumni Donny Anderson, LeRoy Butler, Paul Coffman, Lynn Dickey, William Henderson, Jerry Kramer, Dorsey Levens and Brian Noble. Current players participating include 2008 Pro Bowlers Nick Collins and Al Harris, as well as Atari Bigby, Desmond Bishop, Mason Crosby, Donald Driver, Ryan Grant, Tory Humphrey, Cullen Jenkins, James Jones, Aaron Kampman, Ruvell Martin, Jason Spitz and Scott Wells.
The coaching staff also will be there, with a Friday meet-and-greet and Saturday "Football 101" sessions featuring new defensive coordinator Dom Capers, assistant head coach/inside linebackers Winston Moss, offensive coordinator Joe Philbin, special teams coordinator Shawn Slocum, strength and conditioning coach Dave Redding, director of college scouting John Dorsey, head athletic trainer Pepper Burruss and equipment manager Red Batty.
Tickets are $85. A link for online sales can be found at Packers.com. Over the phone, tickets can be purchased by calling toll free 1-800-745-3000. The toll-free, self-service Ticketmaster Express number, 1-866-448-7849, also can be used. The Telecommunications Device for the Deaf is 1-877-474-4TDD. In-person sales are available at statewide Ticketmaster locations as well the Packers' ticket office at Lambeau Field. Ticketmaster fees will apply. Children 6-and-under enter free with a ticketed adult.
The ticket includes autograph sessions, admission to the Packers Hall of Fame and an exclusive tour through the Packers' locker room that is not available on the regular stadium tours.
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