Uncomfortable Truth About Lambeau Leaps, Green Bay Packers star Greg Jennings reveals what really happens during the iconic celebration. Greg Jennings says things can get a bit grabby during a Lambeau Leap, During his six seasons with the Green Bay Packers, Greg Jennings has 49 touchdowns. Twenty-one of those have come at Lambeau Field, which means Jennings has made Lambeau Leaps. While the celebration is iconic and memorable for both Green Bay players and fans, Jennings admits the leap into the stands can get a little … touchy.
“I try to go away from the men because the men get a little grabby,” Jennings said. “The women get grabby too but them men it’s like come on, really, seriously?”
Jennings is in the final year of his contract with the Packers and acknowledged he might be in his last season in Green Bay. No word on if the grabbing will send him packing.
Shutdown Corner previously wrote on the origins of the Lambeau Leap on a Christmas Day in 1993 when LeRoy Butler took to the stands after receiving a lateral for a touchdown. That memorable moment has become a tradition unlike any other during NFL games in Green Bay.