The Green Bay Packers will stay in Michigan's Upper Peninsula on Wednesday as they begin Day 2 of their five day Tailgate Tour around the upper Midwest, visiting Ironwood.
Ironwood is the day's final destination, but per usual, the Packers will visit at least one school and one local business on their annual goodwill tour.
Those representing the Packers include team president Mark Murphy, along with current players Mason Crosby, Brad Jones and Jarrett Bush and former players James Lofton, Lynn Dickey and Paul Coffman.
Wednesday's tailgate party takes place at Big Powderhorn Mountain Resort from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. CT.
As of the last update from the Packers organization, tickets were available at Super One Foods in Ironwood for $30, including food, autographs and a Q&A session. Money raised goes to benefit the Ironwood Volunteer Fire Department.
Also on Wednesday, the final pro day of the year—barring any individual workouts—will take place at Georgia. The top prospects on display quarterback Aaron Murray and tight end Arthur Lynch.
Murray tore his ACL in November and didn't take part in any all-star games or the NFL Combine but plans to throw at his pro day. Meanwhile, Lynch will try to prove he's more than just one of this year's best blocking tight ends by catching passes from Murray.
Others working out include offensive linemen Kenarious Gates, Chris Burnette and defensive lineman Garrison Smith.
Finally, Packers running back DuJuan Harris hosts his weekly podcast at 8:00 p.m. CT via BlogTalkRadio's BWD Radio station.
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