GREEN BAY, Wis. Donald Driver is no longer the playmaker he once was. But on Sunday, in the 200th career game of the Packers' all-time leading receiver, Driver got to spend a few seconds in the crowd with a Lambeau Leap following a fourth quarter touchdown catch.
It was only Driver's sixth catch all season, but getting in the end zone on a milestone game meant a lot to the 37-year-old veteran receiver.
"It was great," Driver said after the game. "Any time you step on the field and help your team win, it makes you feel good. I was excited about going out there and getting an opportunity to make the plays that I made, and hopefully there's many more to come."
Driver joined former quarterback Brett Favre as the only two players in team history to play at least 200 regular-season games in a Packers uniform. Driver has a way to go to catch Favre, though, who appeared in 255 games during his 16 years in Green Bay.
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