GREEN BAY - Packers wide receiver Donald Driver is retiring and his teammates are reacting to the news on Twitter.
Here's what they have to say about #80:
Aaron Rodgers – QB ( @AaronRodgers12 ): Quote of the day from #80....."Someone is always going to be able to tell my kids that their dad was a great football player......
..but no one will be able to tell my kids that their dad was a great dad and a great husband, so I have to be able to show them that."
Thanks for the memories quickie, you will be missed #Packer4Life
Jermichael Finley – TE ( @JermichaelF8 ): " @NickBarnett : Can't believe Donald Driver is retiring." Gonna miss my Guy.
Tom Crabtree – TE ( @TCrabtree83 ): @Donald_Driver80 Who else will i have deep philosophical discussions with before practice now?? Gonna miss you Drive! Definition of a pro!
Alex Green – RB ( AGreen_20 ): Big S/O to @Donald_Driver80 for the memories and knowledge...thanks for everything quickie.
Bryan Bulaga – T ( @BBulaga ): It's been an honor to play with @Donald_Driver80 for the last three years. Donald wasn't only a great player but is a great person as well
I wish he and his family the best and #80 will surely be missed!
T.J. Lang – G/T ( @TJLang70 ): @Donald_Driver80 it was a pleasure to share the field with you for 4 years! Great player, tremendous person. #retire80
Desmond Bishop – LB ( @Desbishop55 ): I pray I can have a fraction of the impact @Donald_Driver80 has had on Green Bay & the NFL..& commercials (lol) great player & man #retire80
Jerel Worthy – DE ( @I_AM_Worthy99 ): Honored to even say I spent at least one season with @Donald_Driver80 great mentor great teammate. And inspiration! You will be missed!
Morgan Burnett – S ( @MoBetta_42 ): Big Salute to @Donald_Driver80 a Great WR, Great Teammate, and Positive Role model
Many fans have also taken to Twitter to share their thoughts on Driver's retirement.
Scroll down to find out what the rest of the Twitterverse is saying about Driver:
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