6 arrested, 16 ejected from Packers-Lions game
Green Bay police had a relatively light workload in the Packers' final home game of the regular season.
They reported a total of 22 people arrested or ejected from Sunday's game against the Lions at Lambeau Field.
Six arrests were made, while 16 others were ejected for various misconduct violations. The game drew a crowd of 78,408.
Both totals were well below the season highs of 16 arrests at the Nov. 9 game against the Chicago Bears and 44 ejections at the Sept. 14 game against the New York Jets.
Below is a summary of Doug Schneider's #scannersquawk tweets of police calls during Sunday's game between the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field (refresh your screen if you don't see the display).