GREEN BAY - NFL alumni, including some Packers, put their health to the test Saturday.
About 30 former players took part in a free health screening.
The screening included blood work, heart health exams, a depression screening and more.
Former Packers safety Johnny Gray took part in the event.
Doctors say the screenings are a commitment to improving health.
"Bellin's partnered up with the Pack in order to run these important diagnostic screening tools to make sure we pick up anything that could be concerning for the players health, and make sure that after their years in the NFL they're doing well as far as their mental health," said Dr. Michael Swift with Bellin Hospital.
Titletown Wellness and the NFL Player Care Foundation hosted the free event.
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