When the Packers season came to an end, wide receiver Donald Driver acknowledged that his time with the team might be at an end as well.
Driver played sparingly in the second half of the season, seeing action in five games and catching just two passes. He was also inactive for the team’s first playoff game, sending a pretty strong message that Driver was near the end of the line in Green Bay.
According to Mike Garafolo of USA Today, that state of affairs is pushing Driver to call an end to his NFL career altogether. Garafolo reports that Driver is leaning toward retirement and that an announcement could come as soon as next week.
If Driver is retiring, he’ll leave with 743 career catches (tied for 37th all-time), 10,137 yards (38th all-time) and 61 receiving touchdowns. He has the most receptions and receiving yards in the history of the Packers and helped them win Super Bowl XLV.