The Packers have had Heisman Trophy winners in Green Bay before. Now they have the trophy itself.
Friday morning Paul Hornung's 1956 Heisman Trophy was put on display at the Club Level of the Lambeau Field Atrium.
Located just outside the Legends Club ballroom, the trophy will be visible to those who book special events there. Other interested fans can view the trophy by taking a Lambeau Field stadium tour.
Tours were put on hold during the stadium renovation, but are scheduled to resume sometime in mid-October.
In addition to the trophy photo-op, tours will take fans into a private stadium box, through the Lambeau Field concourse and into a few behind-the-scenes locations.
The highlight of the tour is a walk through the Packers tunnel to the edge of Lambeau Field's hallowed ground.
Tours will be approximately 50 minutes in duration. Admission will be $8 for adults, $7 for seniors (63-and-over), $5 for children 5-12 and free for those 4-and-under.
Hornung was the first pick of the 1957 NFL Draft coming off his Heisman season at Notre Dame. While with the Packers he won the NFL scoring title three times in a row and scored a league-record 176 points in 1960 as a halfback and kicker.
A two-time Pro Bowler, Hornung remains the Packers' third all-time scorer with 760 points.
Over his nine-year career, Hornung was member to four championship teams, including Super Bowl I.