Posted January 24, 2013 on
Decisions could be coming soon for the beloved Donald Driver and venerable Jeff Saturday. Combined, they have been named to nine Pro Bowl teams.

Report: Donald Driver will likely retire

According to Mike Garafolo of USA Today Sports, Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver is leaning toward retiring. Driver will be turning 38 on February 2nd and only had eight catches for 77 yards and two touchdowns this season.  It’s time for him to move on to another career.     Need NFL Tickets? var _CI = _CI || {}; (function() { var script = document.createElement...

Report: Saturday to retire after Pro Bowl

GREEN BAY, Wis. After 14 seasons in the NFL, Packers center Jeff Saturday reportedly is calling it a career. Saturday will play one more game, however, when he takes part in this weekend's Pro Bowl. Following the game, Saturday plans to officially retire. "We'll finish it with sunsets in Hawaii and call it a much better career than I would have anticipated,"...

Packers Rumors: Donald Driver ‘Leaning Toward’ Retirement

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver was once considered one of the premier players at his position in the National Football League. His contribution dropped off considerably this year due to injuries and ineffectiveness, and the veteran wide out is “leaning toward retirement,” according to Mike Garafolo of USA Today Sports. Following a disappointing season in which...

Sunday will be retiring C Saturday's last day as player

Sunday's Pro Bowl will be the last game of a 14-year NFL career for Jeff Saturday. The longtime Colts center said Friday on 1070 The Fan in Indianapolis that he is retiring. Saturday ended his career this season with the Green Bay Packers. "We'll finish it with sunsets in Hawaii and call it a much better career than I would have anticipated,” Saturday said. Saturday...

Veteran center Jeff Saturday will retire after Pro Bowl

Jeff Saturday has provided snaps for two of  the best quarterbacks in the game in Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers. He has a Super Bowl ring and multiple Pro Bowls under his belt. After 14 seasons he’s ready to call it a career. Please Click Here To Read This Story The post Veteran center Jeff Saturday will retire after Pro Bowl appeared first on Players View Dot Net

Donald Driver “Leaning Toward Retirement”

Mike Garafolo of USA Today reports that Packers WR Donald Driver is ”leaning toward retirement,” according to a person that has been informed of his thinking. Garafolo’s source added that Driver hasn’t made a final decision regarding his future just yet, but there’s a chance he could make an announcement at some point this week. Driver, 37, has spent 14 seasons with...

Jeff Saturday, former Colts and Packers center, annouces retirement

Jeff Saturday announced on Friday that he is retiring from the NFL. Saturday, 37, was a fixture in Indianapolis during the Peyton Mannings years and had spent the 2012 season with Green Bay. “We’ll finish it with sunsets in Hawaii and call it a much better career than I would have anticipated,” Saturday said on the Grady and Big Joe Show on 1070 The Fan in Indianapolis. Saturday...

Green Bay Packers OC Jeff Saturday to decide future on Sunday

Six-time Pro Bowl offensive center Jeff Saturday is expected to make a decision regarding his career on Sunday after the Pro Bowl has concluded. The 37-year old lineman was benched towards the end of the regular season and replaced by Evan Dietrich-Smith. If he does decide on returning for another season, it likely will not be with the Green Bay Packers due to contract considerations...
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