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Donald Driver Retires

Buried amidst the hullabaloo of Deer Antler Spray, homophobic comments and a Quarterback who essentially called himself stupid, Donald Driver has announced his retirement. The career long Green Bay Packer spent fourteen seasons in Lambeau, making three Pro Bowl teams and amassing over 10,000 receiving yards. He was a very good player and popular star in Green Bay and is second overall in games played (next to Brett Favre who he caught many of his passes from) as a Green Bay Packer.

Driver hit the 1,000 yard mark seven times and made at least one catch in 133 straight games. He was not only popular with his teammates but with fans across Wisconsin. His February 6th, press conference announcing his retirement will distribute tickets to fans free of charge. Driver spoke of his special bond with the fans, which is illustrated by his desire to have a press conference that is accessible to the fans.

We thank Donald Driver for the memories on the football field and wish him the best in his next phase of life.

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