Green Bay Packers receiver Donald Driver announced on ESPN Radio's "Mike and Mike in the Morning" Thursday that he is retiring after 14 seasons.
"I'm going to officially put the cleats on the shelf. I'm going to walk away from the game," the four-time Pro Bowler said.
The Packers announced that he will take part in a formal news conference at Lambeau Field on Feb. 6 at 12 a.m. ET
Pro football says goodbye to one of its most beloved players in league history.
During his tenure in Titletown, Driver is among the best in franchise history. That's saying quite a bit when you consider the Packers have fielded receivers such as Don Hutson, Max McGee, Boyd Dowler, James Lofton and Sterling Sharpe.
Taken in Round 7 of the 1999 NFL draft, Driver panned out as one of the best gems in draft history. And his efficient numbers make a strong case for Canton, Ohio.