The Green Bay Packers will present its viewing of the team's 2004 highlights film, "Belief Within: The Story of the 2004 Green Bay Packers," in the Legends Club of the Lambeau Field Atrium Tuesday evening, March 22, it was announced Thursday.
The initial public showing of the film, with free admission, will begin at 7 o'clock. Access to the Atrium area will be through the Miller Brewing Company Gate, with film attendees then taking the escalator to the Legends Club on the fourth level of the Atrium.
A second showing will be scheduled in Iron Mountain, Mich., with details to be announced at a future date.
Packers defensive end Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, who during the 2004 campaign became the first Packers player to post double-digit sack totals four years in a row, will be present to address the team's outlook for the 2005 season, his thoughts on his own contributions and answer questions.
Gbaja-Biamila, who now stands third on the team's all-time sacks list with 501/2, also will be available for autographs following the program.
"Belief Within" chronicles the Packers' recovery from a rough start to become NFC North division champions for the third consecutive season. In the process, the Packers became just the ninth team to reach the postseason after starting the year 1-4.
The film features the dazzling cinematography of NFL Films and highlights the outstanding offensive production by the Green and Gold over the course of the season, including superb performances by wide receivers Donald Driver and Javon Walker, with the latter earning his first trip to the Pro Bowl.
Among the other special moments of the film are Ahman Green's 90-yard TD run vs. Dallas, the second of 90-or-more yards in his career, Brett Favre's 200th straight start, Ryan Longwell's four game-winning field goals and the thrilling Christmas Eve victory at Minnesota that captured the division title.
The film also pays tribute to the late Reggie White as it highlights the Packers' team record-tying nine sack performance at Chicago, a contest played the weekend following the NFL great's funeral.
In addition, the film is punctuated by dramatic, voice-over descriptions of key plays by Wayne Larrivee and Larry McCarren, of the Packers Radio Network, and features a portion of Sherman's postgame speech to the team following five contests.
Produced, written and edited by NFL Films, in conjunction with the Packers' public relations department, it is narrated by Robb Webb.
It will be available for non-commercial group showings (church, fraternal and civic groups, etc.), in VHS or DVD format, through the Packers' office beginning June 1, by contacting Linda McCrossin in writing at P.O. Box 10628, Green Bay, Wis., 54307-0628.
The film also is scheduled to be available for purchase through the Packers Pro Shop, located in the Lambeau Field Atrium, starting in mid-July.