The Lambeau Leap is a celebration started by Green Bay Packers players who leap into the stands after scoring a touchdown at Lambeau Field. The celebration has spread across the NFL though, because I've seen players on other teams leap into the stands after scoring a touchdown at their home stadiums.
During the September 28, 2017 game between the Bears and Packers at Lambeau Field, Green Bay running back Aaron Jones scored a touchdown in the second quarter. He celebrated by doing a Lambeau Leap. Jim Nantz and Tony Romo commented on the Lambeau Leap during the CBS broadcast, and they said that the Lambeau Leap had been banned at every stadium except Lambeau Field, where it had been grandfathered in:
Nantz: First and goal at the 2. Aaron Jones, he's in for the touchdown. Running right behind Jahri Evans. And there is your first career Lambeau Leap, Aaron Jones.
Romo: Just a normal handoff, and a really good jump cut right there by Jones getting in the end zone, and you see that right there, right behind Evans, and then he does the Lambeau Leap. By the way, have you noticed Jim? The Lambeau Leap?
Nantz: It's been outlawed everywhere...
Romo: No, no.
Nantz: ...but one place.
Romo: It's not outlawed here.
Nantz: It's grandfathered in here.
Romo: Grandfathered in, exactly.
Nantz: Everyplace but here.
Romo: It's like oh you know we like it, we're gonna keep it.
Nantz: You can't take that away.
Romo: No, it's too big a deal.
Is that true? Has the Lambeau Leap been banned at every NFL stadium except Lambeau Field? If so, when did that happen?