Found February 24, 2012 on Pro Football Talk:
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The Packers have different plans for a pair of players who have been offensive starters for more than a decade: Chad Clifton appears to be on the way out, while Donald Driver appears to be staying put. Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports reports that the Packers are likely to cut Clifton and restructure Driver’s contract.…
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