By Kristal Pinales
The Green Bay Packers are getting ready physically and mentally for the start of the 2020 football season at Lambeau Field, and are already feeling the impact of no fans being allowed to show support from the stands. The Packers are the latest NFL team to announce no fans will be attending games at their home field due to the coronavirus pandemic, at least for the first two regular season games. “Lambeau Field will not be the same without our fans,” Packers President and CEO, Mark Murphy, released in a statement. “We are determined to take the best and incremental steps to start the regular season.” The Packers will open up at home on Sunday, September 20 against the Detroit Lions.