Donald Jerome Driver plays wide receiver for the Green Bay Packers team since 1999. He was drafted out of Alcorn State University in Mississippi and has developed into the team’s best catcher. He has played three Pro Bowls and was the team’s most valuable player in 2002. In 2002, the Green Bay Packers drafted him as the 213th pick in the seventh-round. As of 2010, Driver has spent his career with the Packers team.
Donald excelled well and connected with Brett Favre and was also the most reliable receiver of Brett from 2002 to 2007. Driver was known to be one of the toughest wide receivers in the games and took the most catches in the NFL amidst the field in 2006. What’s more, he even set his career best for yards in 2006 catching 6 passes for 191 yards which includes 82 yard touchdown yards.
By December 2007, Donald contributed to the victory of the team over the St. Louis Rams, breaking all time record set by Dan Marino of 61,351 career passing yards. Further, Driver got selected for the 2008 Pro Bowl. In January 2008 in the NFC Championship match held against the New York Giants, Donald made the longest play in the playoffs of the franchise history of the Packers team with a 90 yard TD catch from Favre.
It was in 2009 in the month of October, when Donald became the Green Bay Packers all time leading receiver in catches, which were 596 catches. He also caught 6 more ball for 107 yards in a 26-0 home victory played against the Detroit Lions.