Found September 11, 2012 on This Given Sunday:
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Is this the end for the Packers all time leading receiver in both yards and receptions. 4 time pro bowler, Super Bowl champ, former Green Bay Packers team MVP, a Packers Water Payton Man of the year award winner, 59 receiving touchdowns, over 10,000 receiving yards and countless Lambeau Leaps. Donald Driver has made quite the career for himself in Green Bay catching balls from Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers. The former 7th round draft pick has been the true definition of a hard working professional who came to work every day and played his heart while having a little fun at the same time. That being said it sure seems like this is it for Driver, Driver only saw the field for 3 snaps this past Sunday receiving no reception or even targets. The Packers wide out group is very deep and with the emerging 2nd year Randall Cobb it would be surprising if Driver saw much of the field this season. Going into week 2 there is a chance Greg Jennings misses the game with a ...
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