The Lambeau Leap has been one of the NFL’s most iconic touchdown celebrations since its inception in 1993, created by LeRoy Butler.
Many Green Bay Packers legends have participated in the jump over the years.
Robert Brooks, Mason Crosby, Davante Adams, Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson are just a few of the iconic names that have participated in this historic celebration.
Before last night’s Monday Night Football game between the Packers and the Los Angeles Rams, another person added his name to a list of legends who have taken part in the jump.
—Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) December 20, 2022
In a pre-game broadcast, former NFL quarterback Robert Griffin III was seen making the Lambeau leap, achieving success many people had achieved before him.
However, when his co-host, Adam Schefter, attempted the Lambeau Leap, he didn’t meet with the same level of success.
Schefter can be seen in the clip above jumping about six or seven inches off the ground in his somewhat mediocre leaping attempt.
Fortunately for Schefter, many Packers fans were more than willing to grab him and eventually got him to the top of the wall.
Lambeau Field: A Historic Wonder
After Schefter attempted the Lambeau Leap, he reminded the entire NFL world just how historic Lambeau Field is.
Lambeau Field has been the home of the Packers since 1957, which is the second oldest stadium in the NFL.
The Packers are a truly storied franchise and currently hold the record for franchise overall wins throughout league history.
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