After his return to the field Sunday, Green Bay Packers fans are getting the chance to meet Aaron Rodgers Monday night.
Fans started lining up as early as 4 a.m. at Lambeau Field to wait for Rodgers' autograph signing at 6 p.m. The autographs are in exchange for monetary donations to the Salvation Army.
Only the first 200 people in line will get the chance to meet Rodgers. Some fans were turned away Monday morning when they arrived at Lambeau.
Fans are asked to donate a minimum of $100 for the Salvation Army.
Rodgers is matching all donations up to $50,000 as well.
Fans can also donate to the Salvation Army through Packers Give Back Day at the Bay Park Square Mall on Tuesday, December 19. Packers employees will spend the day ringing bells, and the organization will match the funds raised throughout the day.