GREEN BAY - Packers wide receiver Donald Driver is heading into an uncertain offseason. After just eight catches during the regular season, the lowest total since his rookie year, Driver may have played his last down for Green Bay.
"I don't know what's going to happen," said Driver. "I feel I can still play, I think I've proven that, it's not a thing if I can play or not. I'm just going to see what's out there for me."
As the Packers cleaned out their lockers Sunday, following a playoff loss to San Francisco, Driver reiterated that he'd still like to play until he's 40 years old. He's currently 37.
"If a team calls and wants me to come, I have to make that decision," said Driver. "If not, if the Packers want me back, I'll come back. At this point, it may not work here, but it may work somewhere else."
An unquestioned fan favorite, Driver saw his role decreased this season, coinciding with the emergence of Randall Cobb and improved play from James Jones. He played on special teams against the 49ers.
"I don't have regrets," said Driver. "I had those years ago. No more now."