Words matter. These are the best Donald Driver Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
God has blessed me to be where I’m at today. All the trials and tribulations I faced throughout my career and life. Look at where I’m at now, I’m the all-time Packers leading receiver of that franchise. That tells you a lot.
I’m a family guy. I want to be home with my family, want to spend as much time with my family as I can.
I’m born and raised in Houston, Texas, but Wisconsin is always going to be a home for me, and I’ll always be back.
I grew up homeless, you know, lived in and out of U-Haul trucks and, you know, apartment houses, friends.
Writing is a lot of fun for me; that’s not to say it’s easy, but I really do enjoy it.
It starts in the home environment. If the parents eat bad? Those kids are going to eat bad. If they see their parents stopping at McDonald’s or Pizza Hut, then that’s what they’re going to eat as well.
I’m not trying to be the highest-paid receiver in the National Football League. I’ve never received that, and that’s not ever going to happen. So I’m fine with what I have, I make good money, and I’m happy about it.
I play in front of 70,000 fans week in and week out, and I may drop the ball in practice, I may run the ball the wrong way, but once it’s game time, it’s game on.
There is no way I could have played fourteen years in the NFL if I didn’t work my butt off on the practice field perfecting my technique or spend hours upon hours in the film room studying defenses.
I’ve always said I never want to wear another uniform. I’ve always said that I owe it to the fans to retire as a Packer. I feel like I can still play, but if I can’t play for my organization, then I can’t play for anyone else.
My kids know there’s no candy, no soda, until the weekend. Those are the days they get to indulge in their sweets. We’re big on organic food. I’m not a diet guy; I don’t believe in diets. I just believe in a great meal plan.
It took me 13 years to win a Super Bowl. But it only took me one season to win a ‘mirror ball.’