According to ESPN, the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game on Sunday evening between the Green Bay Packers and Indianapolis Colts could be in jeopardy because of poor field conditions:
Apparently, the wrong kind of paint was applied to the center logo and end zones–which is sticky in nature, and the grounds crew is working on removing the paint. However, team officials on both sides are also concerned with whether the solvent for removal is hazardous itself:
Both team officials’ turf experts are on the field and apparently aren’t satisfied with the field’s current playing condition, as there’s also large exposed rubber chunks in addition to the paint and solvent:
It would be a disappointing ending to what has otherwise been a great weekend for Colts fans, although I’m sure the coaches and players wouldn’t mind skipping the extra preseason game for injuries sake.
Update (6:50 EST): It’s looking increasingly doubtful that the Colts preseason opener will actually take place tonight against the Green Bay Packers: