Lil Wayne loves his Green Bay Packers and he’s donning the green and yellow again for an upcoming collaboration between Drake‘s OVO brand and the NFL.

Weezy F. Baby modeled for a few promotional photos rocking the OVO-designed threads for his Packers in the collection set to arrive on the OVO website on Friday (February 3).

Prices are not yet available but the letterman jacket looks to be an early fan favorite with the October’s Very Own logo engraved on the chest with each team’s Super Bowl victory patches going down the sleeve.

Another less pricey option appears to be a hoodie with the golden OVO owl on the chest and the NFL logo and AFC/NFC conference patches on the sleeves.

Unfortunately, not all teams look to be part of the collab. While Wayne’s Packers and Benny The Butcher’s Buffalo Bills are in the mix, other franchises include the Dallas Cowboys, San Francisco 49ers, New York Giants, Miami Dolphins, Los Angeles Rams and Las Vegas Raiders.


The OVO collab releases ahead of this weekend’s NFL Pro Bowl, which is revamped and set to take over Las Vegas on February 5 on ABC/ESPN. This year, Snoop Dogg and Pete Davidson have been tapped as celebrity captains of the AFC/NFC conferences respectively.

“I’m comin’ back to the NFL field, but this time, instead of performing, I’m going head-to-head with Pete and competing for the title of The Pro Bowl Games Champion,” Snoop relayed to PEOPLE.

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“The competition is going to go off, but we all know that Peyton and our AFC squad are gonna do some big things. We’ll end up on that podium.”

As for Lil Wayne, he’s just announced that he is collaborating with Young Money, Rolling Loud and Live Nation for a 28-city tour titled Welcome To Tha Carter.

The trek kicks off on April 4 at The Fillmore in Minneapolis and will continue through Detroit, Toronto, Houston, New York and other cities before wrapping in Los Angeles at The Wiltern on May 13.

Tickets go on sale on Friday at 10 a.m. local time via Live Nation.