The Green Bay Packers "Return To Titletown" Super Bowl celebration, which is definitely not a parade, kicked off at Lambeau Field extremely promptly at 5 pm EST. It's being shown live on NFL Network, and the broadcast started up so abruptly it looked at first like they were showing a vintage celebration as a lead-in. The celebration isn't a parade, and is therefore stagnant, but clearly they still intend to keep it movin'.
Team chairman Mark Murphy shouted out general manager Ted Thompson, noting the team won a Super Bowl despite suffering a run of injuries that would've crippled a "lesser team." He also grunted in approval of head coach Mike McCarthy.
Green Bay mayor Jim Schmidt took the podium next, and good Lord this thing is just hauling along. Wearing a bright green and yellow scarf, Schmidt darted his way onto an announcement of the renaming of a Green Bay street as McCarthy's Way. He then let out a loud "Wooo!" and turned it over to Wisconsin's governor, whose mic cut off as he started handing out plaques.