Video: Woman grabs Donald Driver's shoe from boy

Green Bay Packers star Donald Driver tosses his cleats into the crowd after a charity softball game in Grand Chute, Wis., with a 12-year-old boy catching one. He didn't have it for long...
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Green Bay Packers star Donald Driver tosses his cleats into the crowd after a charity softball game in Grand Chute, Wis., with a 12-year-old boy catching one. He didn't have it for long. A woman ripped it out of his hands, saying she thought he tossed it to her. Driver met with the boy later to give him another pair of cleats and some autographed Packers gear. The video of the event, comes from the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel:

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