Originally posted on FatManWriting  |  Last updated 2/8/13
Since free agency became the norm in the NFL there has been one thing that has been slowly dying out--team longevity. Fewer and fewer players are staying with one team opting to head for greener pastures (more money), but not necessarily a better team. When the Green Bay Packers season ended one of their greats, wide receiver Donald Driver, decided to call it a career. Here's the shocking part--after 14 years, all with the Packers. Of course when you do spend so much time in one city you are bound to have a few fans by time your days are done. Before he left town for Texas Driver stopped by the house of one of his biggest fans just to say thanks. You are a class act Donald Driver. Best of luck in your future endeavors. [Yahoo] Follow me on all your favorite Social Media sites including Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, StumbleUpon, Google+, Reddit, Tumblr and more! Save up to 80% at FansEdge Clearance Center - shop NFL, NCAA, MLB, NBA & More
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