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Column: Double D will be missed, but not forgotten

11:50 AM, Feb. 7, 2013
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Donald Driver has called it a career and he did it with class, unlike some others I won't name. Driver has says he will never wear another team's uniform and I believe him. He gave his all to the Green Bay Packers.

As team officials said, he came in as a skinny kid and developed into a chiseled, physically fit, caring adult. He will go on to great things I'm sure.

As this is written, Driver's official retirement is on TV, coming from the atrium packed with fans, media and local and state celebrities, including Gov. Scott Walker, all acknowledging and appreciating his many accomplishments. ...

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