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Packers Calendar: Team to Vote on Site of Super Bowl LII

The NFL is in the midst of its Spring League Meetings taking place in Atlanta this week, where presumably the Green Bay Packers are represented by president Mark Murphy and others from the organization.

While in Atlanta, all NFL team owners will discuss league matters such as the expansion of the playoffs from 12 to 14 teams and the potential of moving the NFL Draft, but one topic on which they'll make a definitive decision on Tuesday is the site of Super Bowl LII in 2018.

Among the candidates are New Orleans, Indianapolis and Minneapolis.

Interestingly enough, when the Indianapolis host committee makes their bid presentation, they'll be represented by former Packers and Colts center Jeff Saturday:

Also on Tuesday, former Packers wide receiver Donald Driver will make an appearance on ABC's Good Morning America at 8:00 and 8:20 a.m. CT, according to his marketing arm at Lammi Sports.

And finally, the Packers-sponsored Sports & Society Conference, co-hosted with St. Norbert College, will continue on Tuesday in De Pere, Wis. and will include a variety of lectures and discussions on the topic of gender issues in sports.

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In Greenbay ???

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