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In today’s NFL it’s not easy to play your entire career with one team, but Green Bay Packers’ Donald Driver spent 14 years in Lambeau.
Driver, who just turned 38, was one of those unique stories. Drafted in 1999 in the seventh round, no one thought he would go down as the all-time receiving leader of the Packers.
It helps having Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers to throw you the ball, doesn’t it?
But with every throw must come a catch and Donald Driver has caught 743 passes and accumulated 10,137 yards... Read more
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The temperature at Lambeau Field was a frigid 0 degrees Friday morning, with a wind chill of 20 below zero. But that didn't stop an estimated 600-plus die-hard Packers fans from waiting in line outside for hours for a chance to get tickets to Donald Driver's Wednesday retirement ceremony.With only 1,000 of the free tickets available, each person who made...
Wide receiver Donald Driver will announce his retirement from the NFL next Wednesday
Donald Driver isn’t going out on top, but he’s going out a lot closer to the top than most great athletes. Green Bay’s all-time leading receiver will officially announce his retirement from the National Football League next Wednesday morning at a public event in the Lambeau Field Atrium. He’ll...
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver has announced on Facebook that he is retiring from the NFL.
After 14 years of playing football for the Green Bay Packers, I have decided to retire. I could never have made it this long without the love and support of the fans, which is why I want to share this moment with you all at an official retirement celebration in the Lambeau Field...
With Greg Jennings already scheduled to be a free agent, the receiving core for the Packers just got a little thinner.
Packers receiver Donald Driver announced Thursday morning that he was ready to call it quits and retire as a member of his long-time team. The team announced the news Thursday morning with Driver releasing the following statement.
“I played my entire career...
Minnesota reportedly could pursue Donald Driver, the Packers' career receiving leader, in free agency. The Vikings have one of the worst receiving corps in the NFL.
Donald Driver went from forgettable seventh-round draft pick to the top receiver in Packers history and sure-fire Packers Hall of Famer.
At 7am this morning Donald Driver announced his retirement from the Green Bay Packers on Mike & Mike in the morning. He was being interviewed in New Orleans as part of their morning show.
I driver and purchased a new enclave from his car dealership in Campbellsport, WI. There’s something to tell my kids someday.
Congrats Donald, you are now forever a Packer legend.
The Green Bay Packers announced that wide receiver Donald Driver will retire with an official retirement ceremony slated for next Wednesday, Feb. 6, in the Lambeau Field Atrium.
I would never have expected it, being a seventh-round pick, and a lot of people telling you that you werent going to make the team, Driver said a few short years ago, when he rattled off the long...
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Here is the line-up of coverage at Super Bowl XLVII tomorrow across the networks of ESPN: Time (CT) Show Network(s) 5-9 a.m. Mike and Mike in the Morning Hosts: Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic Guests: Packers WR Donald Driver (6:45), Giants WR Victor Cruz (7:00), Texans DE J.J. Watt (7:15), ESPN analyst Cris Carter (7:45),