Driver softball: The day in photos

Packer Report was on the scene and captured these scenes from Sunday's Donald Driver charity game

GRAND CHUTE — A crowd of 4,580 turned out to Fox Cities Stadium on Sunday to watch Donald Driver's celebrity softball game. The game began under intense sunshine and ended in an intense rainstorm, with the game ending in a 35-35 tie.

The game benefits Driver's foundation and charities that include Special Olympics, Goodwill and Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. While attendance was down from last year — Driver's first time as host in replacing Brett Favre — he said sponsorships were up, and he hoped to have raised $200,000.


Cornerback Pat Lee plays catch with cornerbacks coach Joe Whitt's son, Joe Jr.


Running backs coach Edgar Bennett signs an autograph while plotting strategy.


Fans gather around Charles Woodson for autographs.


Ruvell Martin swings for the fences during the home run derby.


Nick Collins flashes his smile during the home run derby.


Matt Flynn belts a ball over the fence during the home run derby.


Matt Flynn holds the trophy after winning the home run derby in a rout.


Nick Collins laughs before the game.


Nick Barnett makes a leaping grab during warmups.


Donald Driver and his wife, Bettina, embrace during pregame introductions.


Donald Driver pitches early in the game.


Nick Barnett pitched all seven innings for the defense.


Bettina Driver hits a hard liner for a fielder's choice.


The offense pours water on Matt Flynn (10) after his first-inning home run.


Jermichael Finley, right, celebrates after his home run.


The defense is all smiles after Aaron Kampman, back center, went deep.


Nick Barnett takes a mighty cut.


Donald Lee, left, and Brandon Jackson duke it out. Lee was awarded the win by a vote of fans.


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