APPLETON - Some of the Packers, who had a day off from work Tuesday, were still working in Appleton.
Players along with community volunteers completed a playground at Hoover Park.
It's part of the combined NFL-United Way project called Hometown Huddle.
The 15-year-old project is designed to promote health and fitness in communities near NFL teams.
"It's wonderful to have them here and what a great example for the kids and I think its great for the kids to see these guys to see that they're real, they're not just these people on TV, they're real people and they do real things and they care, they care about where we are," said Appleton Mayor Tim Hanna.
"It's a blast just putting up a new play set for the kids and seeing the smiles on their faces is a great thing," added Packers wide receiver, Myles White.
Players say they enjoy giving back to the community, whenever they can.
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