After Saturday's loss, many fans are wondering about the future of popular wide receiver Donald Driver.
The team arrived back in Green Bay Sunday just hours after losing to the San Francisco 49ers 45-31, and with them brought some uncertainty about how things will look come fall.
There are lots of questions this off season regarding Donald Driver's future.
He addressed reporters Sunday afternoon saying, "I haven't officially made a decision of what I'm going to do. I said I'm going to go home and sit down with the wife and kids and make that decision from there...If teams call and want me to come, then I've got to make that decision. If not and the Packers want me back, I'll come back."
Driver was active for the Packers on Saturday night. Many fans had hoped to see him in uniform.
Some even created a Facebook page to support him. It has since gained tens of thousands of followers.
Donald Driver was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the 1999 NFL draft. In 2009, Driver became the Packers' all-time leading receiver in catches.
According to Packers.com, Driver ranks first on the franchise's all-time list in both receptions (735) and receiving yards (10,060).
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