The offense included: Favre, Najeh Davenport, Donald Driver, Robert Ferguson, William Henderson, Doug Pederson, Marco Rivera, Mark Tauscher and Javon Walker. It was coached by Edgar Bennett. The defense included Marques Anderson, Josh Bidwell, Na'il Diggs, Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, Hunter Hillenmeyer, Aaron Kampman, Paris Lenon, Ryan Longwell, Torrance Marshall, Jacoby Shepard and Bryant Westbrook. It was coached by Dexter McNabb.
Many area celebrities participated as well as Favre's wife, Deanna, and daughter, Brittany. Packers public relations director, Lee Remmel, tossed the honorary first pitch.
"The weather actually turned out great (by the end of the game) and it was another great turnout," said Favre. "It was a lot of fun as usual and I hope the guys enjoyed it, and I hope the fans enjoyed it as well."
The Favre Forward Foundation was established in 1996 and has donated close to $1 million over the past seven years.