Packers-Colts Hall of Fame game canceled because of unsafe field

  • Paint markings cause hardening of new field’s playing surface
  • NFL Hall of Fame promises full refunds to fans at cost of millions of dollars

An emotional and invigorating Hall of Fame weekend came to a grinding halt on Sunday night when the Packers-Colts game was canceled because of poor field conditions.

One day after Brett Favre led the eight-member class of 2016 into the hall, its president, David Baker, announced the cancellation after discussing problems with the turf with both teams. He said it was a safety issue and that all fans would be fully refunded for ticket purchases, which will cost the hall several million dollars.

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