Former Green Bay Packers tight end Marv Fleming shares memories from the Ice Bowl, which was played 50 years ago on Dec. 31, 1967.


GREEN BAY – Hundreds of people showed up early Monday to shovel snow in the Lambeau Field bowl.

The Green Bay Packers put out a call for shovelers late last week and said they might need them once more on Friday if it snows again. The Packers will host the Minnesota Vikings at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in a nationally televised game.

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The National Weather Service forecast calls for chances of snow from Wednesday night through Friday. 

Saturday's game will be the coldest of the year for the Packers. The low temperature will be about 6 degrees, following a daytime high in the low 20s.

The shoveling gig paid $10 an hour.

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