Lombardi, Lambeau statues moved for renovation project

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GREEN BAY, Wis. (WEAU) -- Two statues that stand tall in front of the entrance to the Lambeau Field Atrium have been moved, for now.

WGBA-TV in Green Bay reports that the 14-foot-tall monuments of Curly Lambeau and Vince Lombardi were recently moved because of an atrium renovation project. A phase of the project requires excavation in the area where the statues usually stand in Harlan Plaza. It will make a new ground-floor entrance to the new Packers Pro Shop.

The statues will be back in place in July.

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