Green Bay Packers WR Donald Driver, who isn't expected to return to the team next year, wants to continue playing football until he's 40 years old. 'I think I'm just going to see what's out there for me and if teams call and want me to come then I've got to make that decision,' Driver said. 'If not, if the Packers want me back, then I'll come back. So at this point it may not work here, but it may work somewhere else.'
Huddle Up: Driver has had a fine career for a seventh-round pick, but he'll turn 38 the day before the Super Bowl, and it's hard to see him having an impact anywhere coming off an 8-catch, 77-yard, 2-TD season.
Posted: 12/6/2012 11:13am et
Green Bay Packers WR Donald Driver said Wednesday, Dec. 5, that he has a broken thumb, but he plans to play through it. "I can't do anything about it. One thing about it is it's not the worst that I've hard," Driver said.
Huddle Up: Driver may see an uptick in snaps with Jordy Nelson nicked and Greg Jennings still working his way back from injury, but with so many other options in the Green Bay arsenal he can't be trusted with a fantasy start.
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