Donald Driver: 2012 'could be' final year with Packers
Donald Driver is back for a 14th season with the Packers. Photo: Image by Mike De Sisti
GREEN BAY - Packers wide-out Donald Driver admitted Tuesday his 14-year career with the organization could be coming to an end.
"It crosses your mind," Driver told Wisconsin's Afternoon News when asked if Sunday could be his final regular season game at Lambeau Field. "It could be. I'm not 100% sure. They haven't told me anything different."
Driver, 37, is not under contract after this season. The receiver was drafted out of Alcorn State University in the seventh round of the 1999 draft.
Would he consider playing for another team next year?
"I've always said I want to stay in Green Bay," Driver explained. "But when you feel like you can still play, then you'll (consider your options).