Packers to honor Starr at home opener
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The Green Bay Packers announced extensive plans to honor Hall of Fame quarterback Bart Starr, who died May 26 due to complications from a stroke suffered in 2014.

The franchise will make a $250,000 grant to the Bart and Cherry Starr Foundation, and will also host a public celebration of Starr that will be open to fans on the weekend of the Packers' Sept. 15 home opener.

During halftime of that Week 2 contest against the Minnesota Vikings, a ceremony will honor Starr. It will feature Packers alumni, including many of Starr's former teammates.

The Packers will also play the 2019 season with a No. 15 decal on their helmets.

Starr suited up for Green Bay for 16 years, leading the franchise to five championships, including wins in Super Bowls I and II. He also spent nine seasons as the team's head coach in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

Packers to honor Starr at home opener
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