(WFRV) — The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum, in partnership with BobblesGalore and Allen Lazard, has unveiled the first bobblehead doll for the Green Bay wide receiver.
A limited edition Lazard bobbleheads, which are individually numbered only 500, have just arrived and can be purchased online at the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum. Bobblehead goes for $50 each.
Wearing a green No. 13 shirt with gold pants, the smiling Lazard bobblehead holds a soccer ball and stands on a rectangular grass-like pedestal with two lizard heads, one green and one golden, at his feet.
One of Lazard’s nicknames is “Alien Lizard” because the autocorrect settings on most mobile phones change Allen Lazard to “Alien Lizard”, and the name is stuck on social media.
“BobblesGalore is delighted to partner with Allen Lazard on his first bobblehead game,” said President Isaac Lakritz. “We are pleased to continue our tradition of providing creative bobbleheads to collectors and fans.”
Lazard was a four-star recruit from Urbandale High School in Iowa. The 6’5″ wide receiver followed in his father’s footsteps in choosing to play in the Iowa Hurricanes.
He chose Iowa over Notre Dame, Nebraska, Stanford, and Iowa.
Lazard is the Iowa all-time leader in receptions (241) and receiving yards (3360). He also scored 26 touchdowns, including a school record and then his senior year.
Lazard, who is out of college, signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars prior to the 2018 season. In December, he was signed from the Jacksonville coaching team to the Green Bay Packers and earned his first pass in a late season game.
In three full years with Green Bay, Lazard has 108 receptions for 1,441 yards and 14 touchdowns. He recorded career highs in receptions (40), arena (513), and touchdowns (8) in 2021.
After All-Pro Davante Adams traded for the Las Vegas Raiders in the off-season, Lazard took on the role as the Packers’ first choice.
“We are excited to collaborate with BobblesGalore and Allan Lazard for this one-of-a-kind bobblehead game,” said Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum co-founder and CEO Phil Sklar. “We think fans will really enjoy this new doll!”