Coming off a spectacular season, Donald Driver is definitely in the "Drivers Seat".
Donald has come a long way since coming into the league in 1999. Currently a Super Bowl Champion, he's been a three time Pro Bowl selection (2002, 2006 and 2007), currently holds the record at Lambeau Field for receptions & yards as well as seven 1,000 yard receiving seasons. Pretty impressive stats for the Houston, TX native.
Football is not the only thing he's known for these days. Driver has also authored two children's books titled "Quickie Handles a Loss" and "Quickie Makes the Team". He was announced as one the most marketable athletes by Nielsen ratings in WI. Which shows a lot about his character both on and off the field. But it doesn't end there. Donald also received the Walter Payton Award in 2002, the only NFL award that recognizes off the field community service as well as player excellence.
Donald and his wife Betina created the “Donald Driver Foundation” in 2001, which offers assistance to ill children with unmanageable hospital bills, provides housing for the homeless, and donates to a variety of local charities.