GREEN BAY - As Donald Driver's career began to take off on the field with the Green Bay Packers, he was practicing his potential post-football career off of it.
In 2003, Driver co-hosted his first of ten seasons of Inside the Huddle with WLUK Sports Director Drew Smith on FOX 11.
"I admit the ten years that we shared together on FOX 11, that prepared me for the next phase of my career," said Driver.
When Driver wasn't on the mic for Inside the Huddle, he could still be found on TV. From McDonalds, to Time Warner Cable, and Wisconsin Dental Association Driver expanded his on-air resume through commercial campaigns.
Number 80's fame reached new levels last summer when he took home the Mirror Ball Trophy on Dancing with the Stars.
"I was glad I won because I think that set the tone for what the future holds for me," said Driver.
Driver admits his future is likely in some form of broadcasting. He says his marketing representative is already fielding potential deals.
"Brian told me today that so many different people offered me deals and we'll take Donald right now, he doesn't have to go through anything, we love him, we think he's amazing and we'll make the offer," said Driver.
Driver says he already has plans to work with Chris Powell on Extreme Makeover Weight Loss Edition. Beyond that, he is open to what opportunities present themselves.
"Whatever comes next, I'm willing to follow what God has in store for me," said Driver.
The village of Allouez has received a request from the owner of the Hilltop Apartments site to build a 48-unit apartment complex on the site of the burnt-out apartments.
Brown County's old Mental Health Center is starting to come down.
A big score for a local food pantry, thanks to the Packers finding the end zone this season.
A jury convicted Peter Hanson Tuesday for the 1998 death of Chad McLean.
A Sheboygan man convicted of helping to run a sophisticated drug ring that trafficked cocaine and marijuana from Texas to Wisconsin has been sentenced to more than 10 years in prison.
The Salvation Army of Brown County has struck gold for the third year in a row.