Packers WR Donald Driver has officially announced that he will be retiring from the NFL. .
After 14 years in the NFL, I have decided to retire. It’s been an amazing journey, thank you for all of your love and support! #Packer4Life
— Donald Driver (@Donald_Driver80) January 31, 2013
So much for that report earlier in the week that suggested he could end up with the Vikings.
Driver, 37, was taken in the seventh-round out of Alcorn State back in 1999 and put together a truly impressive career with Green Bay. He’s the Packers all-time leader with 743 receptions and 10,137 yards receiving. He was voted to the Pro Bowl three times and managed to go over 1,000 yards receiving in seven different seasons.
The Packers are expected to hold a ceremony for Driver on Feb. 6.
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