Donald Driver is having second thoughts about retiring. On Sunday the former Green Bay Packers wide receiver said he come out of retirement if the team asked. But Driver wanted to make it clear that this offer was only for the Packers.
At a charity softball game Driver – a 14 year veteran – let it be known that other teams had contacted him about playing in 2013.
“I think the thing is, if you have the itch to continue to play, then it doesn’t matter who you play for, because that’s what you want to do. You just want to play the game. I love the game, but I only love one team,” Driver said, according to Fox Sports Wisconsin.
Driver caught only eight passes for 77 yards in 13 games last season. Driver, 38, is the Packers’ all-time leader in receptions (743) and yards receiving (10,137). He also had 61 touchdown catches.
Sadly for Driver it would take a lot of unfortunate circumstances at the Packers expense for him to return to the playing field.