Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver wasn’t catching footballs Saturday afternoon, but he was catching smiles from all his fans gathered at Waukesha Sportscards for a public autograph signing session.
Whether it was jokes about a bobble head having nearly the size of Driver’s head or shaking hands with his fans, the Super Bowl XLV champion kept a smile on his face.
Driver's autograph signing was popular with Packers' fans in Waukesha. The line wrapped outside the door as people waited to get a glimpse of the reliable receiver. Even a white dog wanted to see Driver – the dog got away from his owner and snuck into the store shortly before Driver arrived.
Driver will be at the Fox Cities Stadium on Sunday for the third annual Donald Driver Softball game, a tradition he took over from former Packers quarterback Brett Favre.
While waiting in line, his fans talked about the Super Bowl XLV win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, the softball game and construction on Interstate-94.
Driver is quick on the field, but when it comes to construction, even Driver had to slow down. Driver was late to the autograph session because of the construction but once he was sitting down and smiling, he had all his fans laughing.
Green Bay Packers offensive tackle Mark Tauscher also signed Saturday at Waukesha Sportscards.