Former Green Bay Packer wide receiver Antonio Freeman put his hands to good use Thursday in a record setting try that also raised money for Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin. DIGIORNO pizza sponsored the high five effort to get into the Guinness World Record book as Packer fans competed with Pittsburgh Steelers’ fans for the record.
Freeman says if he could still play he’d love to be part of the Packers’ offense this year. He also likes Green Bay’s defense.
Freeman played for the Packers Super Bowl 31 Championship team. So he admits being partial to the Packers, but still feels they can beat the Steelers on Sunday.
About 1,800 fans were needed at the Lambeau Field parking lot to set a new high five record, but only about 700 did. Pittsburgh also fell short with over 1,000 fans at their attempt.