Most Important Packers No. 1: Aaron Rodgers
credentials that the group did in past seasons. A year ago, Rodgers had to adjust to not having Greg Jennings and Donald Driver . Now, Rodgers has to get by without James Jones and (presumably) Jermichael Finley. That means Rodgers will be
Abbrederis starts catching on in Packers WR corps
they want me to do,'' he said. The opportunity is certainly there. Besides Jones, veterans Greg Jennings and Donald Driver left the receiving corps after 2012. That leaves Jordy Nelson, in his seventh year with the team, and fourth-year
Packers rookie WR Janis has 'always been a little bit of an underdog'
already here." That's a very high compliment for a team that once had Nelson, Cobb, Greg Jennings, James Jones and Donald Driver all on the roster together. "I think it's a good thing," Janis said of the competition level. "I think it brings
Undrafted rookie issued No. 80 Packers jersey last worn by Driver
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Donald Driver has a street named after him, a key to the city of Green Bay and his own statue. There was even Donald Driver Day in the state of Wisconsin on Feb. 6, 2013. But one thing
2014 Packers draft preview: Receivers
dwindled quite a bit over the past year. Greg Jennings is preparing for his second year with the Minnesota Vikings, Donald Driver is enjoying retirement and now James Jones is off with the Oakland Raiders. Yet, even with that much turnover, Rodgers
SB XLVII: Donald Driver
Donald Driver sits down with Laura Okmin to discuss his career and retirement.
Packers staying close in offseason through charity work
garnered interest from several teams and is expected to decide between the Chiefs, Vikings and Giants. What about Donald Driver ? The 14-year veteran receiver announced his retirement four months ago, but told FOX Sports Wisconsin last week
A robot's view: Where's the love?
Community"; you don't run NBC. Just deal with it! All things come to an end, like Twinkies, Randy Moss, Donald Driver (wait, is he still playing?), A.J. Green's TD streak and the number of days that cute temp girl will be at
Galloping Gobbler: An evolution of greatness
quietly thrilled to present the Gobbler to three Green Bay Packers, Brett Favre in 2007; our most controversial winner Donald Driver (a mixed vote that could have seen the bird go to either Charles Woodson or Aaron Rodgers) in 2009; and last year
Packers Annual Checkup: James Jones
of course, would have certainly preferred hitting free agency after an NFL-best 14-touchdown season). With Donald Driver retired and Greg Jennings suiting up for the Minnesota Vikings, Jones was suddenly Green Bay's oldest receiver