GREEN BAY - The Packers dancing champion is back in Titletown.
After winning "Dancing with the Stars" receiver Donald Driver went on whirlwind media tour.
Driver flew into Wisconsin from Los Angeles Thursday.
Once the plane arrived at Milwaukee's Mitchell International Airport, Driver could be seen on the tarmac.
He and his family stopped for pictures with the "Dancing with the Stars" mirrorball trophy before loading into a limousine.
Friday Driver was back in Titletown where FOX 11 caught up with the dancing star.
"It feels great. I'm happy to be back," said Driver.
After weeks of practices and performances with his partner Peta Murgatroyd, Driver said he's ready to get back to his roots.
"I think I got tired of LA, and I'm ready to be back where, you know, I'm from - and that's Green Bay, Wisconsin," Driver said.
When he won the glittery mirrorball trophy, Driver could hardly contain his excitement. But he said it hadn't really sunk in yet.
"I don't know right now, it's like numb. It's like you can't believe you won. I feel the same way when I won the Vince Lombardi trophy. You just have a numb feeling, and it's going to soak in probably tomorrow," Driver said after clinching the championship.
But now that he's back in Titletown just a few days later, Driver said he still can't believe he's a dancing champ.
"It hasn't sunk in yet. I think, you know, I told Peta, the thing about, I've always said this, is the greatest milestone for a NFL player is to win the Vince Lombardi trophy. The greatest milestone for a dancer is winning "Dancing with the Stars." So I was able to make her dreams come true, and I just happen to have one to go along with it," said Driver.
Even after taking off his dancing shoes, Driver isn't slowing down one bit.
He hit the road to head back to the Milwaukee area late Friday morning.
His schedule included reading books to students at a Waukesha elementary school, and making a clothing donation at Goodwill.
Driver plans on being back with the Packers for OTAs next week.
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