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Through the years – a Donald Driver timeline

Posted by Tyler Gajewski on February 6, 2013 – 12:25 pm

1999 Season

    • April 18, 1999

    • Drafted in the seventh round, the 213th overall pick, with a selection obtained in a trade with the Chicago Bears for return specialist Glyn Milburn.
    • December 12, 1999

      • Green Bay Packers vs. Carolina Panthers
    • Made first NFL reception, an 8-yard TD pass from Brett Favre at Lambeau Field.

2000 Season

    • October 1, 2000

      • Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears
    • Made first career start.

2002 Season

    • October 7, 2002

      • Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears
    • Caught an 85-yard TD pass, the longest reception of his career in a regular-season game, and eclipsed 100 receiving yards in a game for the first of 22 times.
    • November 10, 2002

      • Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions
    • Set a career high with 11 receptions in one game (a total he would match two years later)

2003 Season

    • September 7, 2003

      • Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings
    • Sprained his neck by landing awkwardly after going high to attempt a catch, but missed only one game.
    • November 2, 2003

      • Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings
    • Had a career-long 45-yard rush.

2004 Season

    • November 21, 2004

      • Green Bay Packers at Houston Texans
    • In a homecoming game in his native city, had 10 catches for 148 yards, catching a TD pass and setting up the game-tying and game-winning FGs with receptions in a furious fourth-quarter comeback.
    • December 24, 2004

      • Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings
    • Matched his career high with 11 receptions, highlighted by a 3-yard TD catch on fourth down in the fourth quarter to tie a game the Packers would eventually win to clinch the NFC North.

2006 Season

    • November 12, 2006

      • Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings
    • Recorded a career high with 191 receiving yards on six receptions, including an 82-yard TD.

2007 Season

    • September 23, 2007

      • Green Bay Packers vs. San Diego Chargers
    • Recorded his 214th career reception at Lambeau Field, moving into first place on the stadium’s all-time list, ahead of Antonio Freeman.
    • January 20, 2008

      • Green Bay Packers vs. New York Giants in NFC Championship
    • Caught the longest TD pass in Green Bay postseason history, a 90-yarder in the second quarter.

2008 Season

    • October 19, 2008

      • Green Bay Packers vs.Indianapolis Colts
    • Surpassed Freeman’s career record of 3,477 receiving yards at Lambeau Field and moved past James Lofton into second place on the franchise’s all-time receptions list, with 532.
    • November 9, 2008

      • Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings
    • Caught a pass in his 104th consecutive game, breaking Sterling Sharpe’s team record.

2009 Season

    • October 18, 2009

      • Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions
    • Made his 596th career reception, surpassing Sharpe for the top spot on the franchise’s all-time list.
    • January 3, 2010

      • Green Bay Packers at Arizona Cardinals
    • Eclipsed 1,000 yards on the season for the seventh time in his career and for the sixth straight season, both team records.

2010 Season

    • October 24, 2010

      • Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings
    • Did not catch a pass, snapping his franchise-record streak of 133 consecutive games with a reception (139 games including playoffs).
    • December 5, 2010

      • Green Bay Packers vs. San Francisco 49ers
    • Made one of the finest plays of his career, breaking multiple tackles on his way to a 61-yard catch-and-run TD, the longest reception over the final three seasons of his career.
    • January 2, 2011

      • Green Bay Packers Vs. Chicago Bears
    • Made his 50th reception of the season, giving him nine 50-catch seasons in his career, a franchise record.
    • February 6, 2011

      • Green Bay Packers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV
    • Caught two passes for 28 yards before injuring his ankle in the second quarter, forcing him to watch the rest of the Super Bowl from the sidelines in a walking boot.

2011 Season

    • September 18, 2011

      • Green Bay Packers at Carolina Panthers
    • Surpassed Lofton’s franchise record of 9,656 career receiving yards.
    • November 20, 2011

      • Green Bay Packers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    • Became the second player in franchise history (Ahman Green being the first) to eclipse 10,000 yards from scrimmage.
    • December 25, 2011

      • Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears
    • Reached 10,000 receiving yards for his career.
    • January 15, 2012

      • Green Bay Packers vs. New York Giants
    • Caught three passes for 45 yards and a TD to become the franchise’s all-time leader with 49 playoff receptions (since surpassed by Greg Jennings). Also moved into second place in team history in playoff receiving yards with 675 and caught a pass in his 12th consecutive playoff game, tying him for No. 2 in team annals behind Dorsey Levens (13).

2012 Season

    • September 13, 2012

      • Green Bay Packers vs.Chicago Bears
    • Caught his 60th career TD pass, becoming only the third player in franchise history to reach that mark, behind Sharpe (65) and Don Hutson (99).
    • November 18, 2012

      • Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions
    • Made the last catch of his career, a 12-yarder to convert third-and-9 late in the first quarter, placing his franchise records at 743 receptions for 10,137 yards.

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