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According to Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Packers cornerback Davon House and running back DuJuan Harris expect to be ready for training camp.
Just talked to Davon House and DuJuan Harris. Both say they'll be ready for training camp.
â Tyler Dunne (@TyDunne) June 16, 2013
Harris had a large cyst removed from his lung and House battled shoulder injuries last season.
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When Green Bay Packers receiver Donald Driver retired this winter, he did so with a heavy heart. Â
That was in January.
In June, Driver is putting it out there that he will be available if the Packers need him.
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Donald Driver will be ready to go if the Green Bay Packers call and say they needed his help.
Other NFL teams, however, needn't bother.
Green Bay's all-time leading receiver announced his retirement Jan. 31 after 14 years in the NFL - all with the Packers. Driver says he still loves the game, but he promised Packers fans he'd never play for another team.
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