Green Bay Packers receiver Donald Driver will find out how passionate his fans are when he competes on ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" this spring. / Corey Wilson/Press-Gazette photo
Driver's odds: 13/2
The odds for the Season 14 of "Dancing With the Stars," according to the popular offshore sportsbook Bovada.LV:
William Levy: 4/1
Jaleel White: 11/2
Gladys Knight: 13/2
Donald Driver: 13/2
Maria Menounos: 7/1
Katherine Jenkins: 15/2
Roshon Fegan: 8/1
Gavin DeGraw: 10/1
Sherri Shepherd: 10/1
Jack Wagner: 15/1
Melissa Gilbert: 18/1
Martina Navratilova: 20/1
You've seen Donald Driver dance after big catches on the football field. Now we'll find out how well the Green Bay Packers receiver dances off the field when he competes on ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" this spring.
The cast members -- stars and pros -- of the new "Dancing With the Stars" season were unveiled Tuesday morning on "Good Morning America."
Driver, 37, the Packers' all-time leading wide receiver, said on his Facebook page: "I am looking forward to being on DWTS! Thank you to all of my great supporters, this will be a fun journey for all of us!"
Driver's professional dance partner will be Peta Murgatroyd.
When Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers heard the news about his teammate's new gig, he tweeted: "Quickie on DWTS?? Guaranteed to be in the finals."
ESPN reporter Rachel Nichols tweeted that Driver "tells me he's doing it for his family -- they love the show!"
The shows kicks off on March 19 on ABC.
Two NFL stars have won the mirror ball trophy. Retired Dallas Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith won in Season 3 in 2006 and Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Hines Ward won in Season 12 in 2011.
Three other retired NFL stars have finished second in the competition: former San Francisco 49ers receiver Jerry Rice in Season 2 in 2006, former Miami Dolphins defensive end/linebacker Jason Taylor in Season 6 in 2008, and former Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Warren Sapp in Season 7 in 2008.
The rest of the Season 14 stars are:
Maria Menounos, 33. She wasn't afraid to put on a bikini in winter when she lost a Super Bowl bet, so she won't have any problem with the tiny spangled outfits. She stumbled as she hugged host Brooke Burke.
Gavin DeGraw, 35. The singer is definitely on board, as rumored.
Roshon Fegan, 20. He's a Disney Channel actor and hip hop singer.
Melissa Gilbert, 47. From "Little House on the Prairie" to president of the Screen Actors Guild to this.
Katherine Jenkins, 31. She's an opera singer who sang on "DWTS" during Season 12.
Gladys Knight, 67. She's on the midnight train to dancing now. What made her want to dance? "The Pips!" she said. "They never let me dance."
William Levy, 31. The Cuban-American actor is a hottie who starred in Jennifer Lopez's steamy "I'm into You" video.
Martina Navratilova, 55. Will her tennis footwork skills help her on the dance floor? "Tennis is all closed up.This is all open," she said, adding it'll be a "challenge."
Sherri Shepherd, 44. "The View" co-host is finally getting her shot. "I'm scared to death. I need Barbara Walters! ... But I'm having fun."
Jack Wagner, 52. Heather Locklear's ex returns to TV! He fake tripped on his way into the announcement. "I'd better get it together fast," he said.
Jaleel White, 35. It'll be great to see Urkel back in action! "I'm doing it for my mom," he said. "It's my favorite show."
Ann Oldenburg of USA Today contributed to this report.