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With a $2.2 million dollar roster bonus looming, Green Bay Packers WR Donald Driver realizes that that he might not be a member of the Green Bay Packers in 2012, but he has no plans of retiring this year. A fan favorite, Driver could be released by the Packers organization due to his salary and the fact that Green Bay has a stable of young, talented receiver on the current roster.
Driver told jsonline.com, that he has no plans on retiring if the Packers release him, he claims that he wants to play until he’s 40. “If the Packers don’t want me, I’ve got to go somewhere else and play. I don’t have a choice. I’m not ready to hang the cleats up. My wife feels like I still got it. I feel like I still got it. If my family feels that way, then I’m going to continue to play. It’s up to the organization to make that decision,” Driver told the newspaper.
Driver, 36, has played 13 seasons in the NFL, all with the Green Bay Packers. After six consecutive seasons posting over 1,000 y...
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