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APPLETON, Wis. -- Four months into retirement, Donald Driver is still on the minds of at least a few NFL teams. Phone calls have been coming in to try to get the Green Bay Packers' all-time leading receiver to continue his career elsewhere, but Driver has refused.Speaking at a press conference before his sixth-annual charity softball game, Driver didn't specify which teams have inquired about him, but he did make it clear that he wasn't interested."I think the thing is, if you have the itch to continue to play, then it doesn't matter who you play for, because that's what you want to do, Driver said. "You just want to play the game. I love the game, but I only love one team. When you love the game, you'll play for anybody. Anybody who offers you something, you're willing to step on the field and play for them."I decided that I love one team. But I do the game. At the end of the day, if I get that itch, it would only be for the green and gold...
BEST OF MAXIM
When Green Bay Packers receiver Donald Driver retired this winter, he did so with a heavy heart.
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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IT'S AN HONOR
The Packers honored wide receiver Donald Driver with a street and statue. Driver turned 38 earlier this year and decided to retire.
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.
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Donald Driver retired from football four months ago, but the former Green Bay Packers star says that has not stopped a number of NFL teams from calling him to see if they can coax him into continuing his career. While the 38-year-old has not completely ruled out returning to football, he says he would never [...]
Donald Driver, hosting his annual softball game on Sunday, says there's only one team he'd play for. The game capped a big weekend for Driver, who had a statue and street dedicated in his honor on Saturday.
Donald Driver is sitting at home relaxing, enjoying life, and preparing for his future. Driver did say though if one particular team came calling, he’d definitely answer.
During an interview with Fox Sports Wisconsin, Driver said he would come out of retirement if the Packers asked him to.
“If the Packers called me and said, ‘Drive, come back to training camp,’ I’d be...
Donald Driver is having second thoughts about retiring. On Sunday the former Green Bay Packers wide receiver said he come out of retirement if the team asked. But Driver wanted to make it clear that this offer was only for the Packers.
At a charity softball game Driver – a 14 year veteran – let it be known that other teams had contacted him about playing in 2013.
“I think the...
Former Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver is newly retired and is finally going to be able sit back and enjoy his life and contemplate what he is next going to do with his future. Except, if a certain team called him to come play football. Driver was talking with Fox Sports Wisconsin, and [...]
Donald Driver recently had a street and a statue dedicated in his honor in Green Bay, but the wide receiver has not ruled out a return to the Packers.
NEVER SAY NEVER
Donald Driver, who retired four months ago, said he would end his retirement and return to play for the Green Bay Packers if the team asked.