The Packers have officially acquired the No. 11 jersey for their 2017 season, a move that is sure to spark a new era of Green Bay football.

The Packers have confirmed the trade via Twitter, and the team tweeted out photos of the jersey that will be worn on the field for the 2017 season.

The jersey will be released to the public in late September, with the team holding a press conference in Green Bay to announce the jersey.

The team has not released the exact date of the release date yet, but the Packers are expected to announce it on Tuesday.

It’s been a long time coming for the Packers to make the move to a No. 1 jersey.

The team officially traded up to No. 2 in the 2014 draft to acquire No. 8 overall pick Brett Hundley, but they were unable to get the pick in the draft due to the salary cap constraints.

The move was made in July of 2015, when the Packers traded up from No. 3 to No and received the No 12 pick, which was then later moved up to a fifth-round pick.

This is a very nice move by the Packers, but it doesn’t take away from the fact that this is not the best way to get an elite player in a draft.

But at least this is a step in the right direction for the team.