Photos from the Green Bay Packers vs Cleveland Browns NFL Football Game.
Here are a few of my favorite photos from the Green Bay Packers’ game against the Cleveland Browns on Saturday, August 14, 2010 at Lambeau Field. It was a hot and humid night to top off a hot and humid week. The Packers lost the game when Browns’ kicker Phil Dawson nailed a 46 yard field goal in the final seconds. It was a nice change of pace for me after a week of healthcare annual report photography in Missouri.
Thanks for looking!
A Green Bay Packers cheerleader leads the team on to Lambeau Field.
Members of the Cleveland Browns staff try to keep cool before the game.
The Green Bay Packers huddle before the game starts.
Green Bay Packers' Donald Driver keeps his eyes on the ball during warmups.
The Pop Warner Packers take the field for the national anthem.
Cleveland Browns' fan Mary Steinkraus.
Green Bay Packers' Nick Barnett during the national anthem.
Green Bay Packers' Tim Masthay waits for his turn to punt.
Green Bay Packers' Ryan Grant fumbles on his first carry of the game.
Green Bay Packers' Ryan Grant holds on to the ball on his second carry.
Green Bay Packers' Jermichael Finley signals a first down catch.
Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers looks for a receiver
Green Bay Packers' Greg Jennings celebrates a touch down with a Lambeau Leap.
Green Bay Packers' Greg Jennings and Donald Driver celebrate a touchdown.
A fan turns his camera on me.
Field judge Jim Howey keeps his eye on the game.
Cleveland Browns' quarterback Colt McCoy slides for a first down.
Cleveland Browns' Syndric Steptoe gets taken down by Green Bay Packers' Mason Crosby and Maurice Simpkins on a kick off return.
Cleveland Browns' kicker Phil Dawson celebrates his last second game winning field goal.
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