The Browns and Packers are preparing for Thursday night's Midwest Shriner's game today. Final preparations will be made by each team today before having the day off tomorrow. The teams have produced some of the greatest teams and players the league has ever seen. The Packers rank second among all teams with players enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame with 21, while the Browns are sixth with 16. Green Bay has 13 NFL championships, while Cleveland has four.
The series includes one postseason meeting. The 1965 NFL Championship was played in Green Bay and won by the Packers, 23-12. Green Bay holds a 10-7-0 edge in the all-time regular-season series.
Green Bay lost to the Chargers at San Diego, 21-13, in its preseason opener on Thursday night. The Packers will travel to Cincinnati a week from Thursday to take on the Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium, Green Bay’s first trip to Cincinnati in the preseason since 2006.