GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Donald Driver isn't sure what his football future holds.
The Packers' all-time leading receiver just completed what he called "a very difficult, tough and frustrating" 14th season in Green Bay in which he had just eight catches for 77 yards and two touchdowns.
As Driver enters free agency with his 38th birthday on the horizon, it's very unlikely that Green Bay has interest in re-signing him considering his low-ranking spot on the depth chart. However, Driver is hoping some NFL team still views him as a valuable commodity.
"I feel like I can still play," Driver said Sunday as he cleaned out his locker. "I think I've proven that. I think it's not a (situation of if) I think if I can still play or not. I think I'm just going to see what's out there for me, and, if teams call and want me to come then I've got to make that decision.
"If not, if the Packers want me back, then I'll come back. So, at this point, it may not work here, but it may work somewhere else."