Packers flip burgers during tour

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ASHLAND, Wis. (AP) -- The workers manning the McDonald's drive-through window in Ashland were enough to make your jaw drop.

Green Bay Packers Mason Crosby and Brad Jones took turns at the window handing burgers and fries to stunned customers Thursday. They also joined other Packers personnel making coffee, flipping burgers and taking orders at the counter.

The Packers are on their annual tailgate tour and had a stop scheduled at Ashland schools, which were closed because of the snowstorm this week. So they headed for McDonalds and Subway.

Jarrett Bush and Packers Hall of Famer Paul Coffman put together sandwiches at Subway before the team members headed for their next stop in Superior.




 
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