Driver: Teams Have Checked on Availability

Donald Driver, hosting his annual softball game on Sunday, says there's only one team he'd play for. The game capped a big weekend for Driver, who had a statue and street dedicated in his honor on Saturday.
June 16, 2013

Driver Handled Declining Role with Class

Perhaps nothing spoke of Donald Driver's professionalism more than how he handled his final years. Once one of the league's elite receivers, a fast-improving group of newcomers chipped away at his role and eventually pushed him out of the league.
February 7, 2013

Driver's Legacy: Popularity to Match Talent

Tears, cheers and quite possibly a few beers. Donald Driver's retirement ceremony at the Lambeau Field Atrium provided a one-of-a-kind day for a one-of-a-kind player. Our Matt Tevsh was there and offers his thoughts on the legacy Driver leaves after 14 years in Green Bay.
February 6, 2013

Retirement Gifts: Street and Statue

The Receiver statue, located at Titletown Brewing Co. on the renamed Donald Driver Way, will be given a Donald Driver-style makeover.
February 6, 2013

Cheers and Tears as Driver Retires

During a one-hour walk down memory lane, Donald Driver ended his career in front of legions of fans on Wednesday in the Lambeau Field Atrium. It was an emotional scene as the Packers' all-time receiving leader kept his promise to the fans that he'd retire as a member of the team.
February 6, 2013

Favre, Rodgers Salute Driver

As part of Donald Driver's retirement ceremony on Wednesday, the team assembled quotes from all sorts of Packers legends and standouts. Here are just a few, including Jerry Kramer, who called Driver a "quintessential Packer" who "cared about people."
February 6, 2013