Lambeau Leap is a touchdown celebration whereby the scoring player leaps in to the arms of the awaiting fans in a stand near the end zone. The first Lambeau leap was done by the former Green Bay packers’ safety LeRoy Butler on 26 December 1993 during their game against Los Angeles riders.
LeRoy caused a fumble which was recovered by White Reggie, who handed the ball to LeRoy Butler. LeRoy Butler, after running with the ball for about 25 yards into the end zone of the field. He made a spontaneous jump into the arms of the awaiting fans in South bleachers.
Lambeau Field, a home field to Green Bay Packers is a bucking tradition and a switch from grass to the artificial surface. The green Bay Wis. Lombardi Vince must be turning on his grave upon finding the news. Lambeau field is removing its natural grass for an artificial surface.