As part of an application process to find the perfect beat writer for the Green Bay Packers, CBS Sports and Bleacher Report would like to see what questions we would ask any player from the Pack.
Here are the questions I'd ask Donald Driver if I had a sit-down with No. 80.
--In 1999 you were the second pick in the seventh round of the draft by Green Bay, since then you have emerged as one of the all-time great wide outs in Packers history. How has that journey impacted you as a person?
--How did it feel to step onto Lambeau Field for the first time?
--First Lambeau Leap?
--In 2003, you received a hit while in mid-air that sent you landing awkwardly on your neck, can you describe what went through your head while on the ground?
--With the prima donna psyche of a handful of wide receivers in the NFL, what has kept you from throwing fits of Chad (Ocho Cinco) Johnson proportions?
--How does it feel to be as close to setting as many team records for the Wide Receiver position for a historic franchise such as the Packers?
--Which team/NFL record would you most like to set before you retire?
--What does Donald Driver do on an average, out-of-season Sunday?
--What is a high priority show on your DVR/TiVo?
--With the five skilled receivers on the Packers roster, how do you and the other guys mesh together to form a cohesive group?
--What is your favorite city to play an away game in?
--After your pro football career is over, what do you see yourself doing?
--What was the last book you read?
--What was the motivation for taking over the Celebrity Softball game after Brett Favre retired?
--With a full season as a starter under his belt, where would you place Aaron Rodgers on a list of current NFL QBs?
--Where would you place yourself and Greg Jennings on a list of the best Receiving duos in the NFL?
--What do you see happening to the NFL if the 2010 season is has no salary cap?
--How good of a cook would your wife say you are?
--You've been quoted that you want to play until you're 40 years old. Currently at 33, do you still see yourself playing another seven years?
--What is the inspiration for the "Driver First Down Shimmy"?
There you have it. My interview questions for the consummate professional, Green Bay Packers Wide Receiver; Donald Driver