Driver, Lee join Packers greats in team's Hall of Fame
Donald Driver and Mark Lee are the newest members of the Packers Hall of Fame. Both players were inducted in a special ceremony in the Lambeau Field atrium Saturday.
Driver, a seventh round pick in 1999, set many of the Packers receiving records, and helped the team to an NFL Championship with a win in Super Bowl 45 over the Steelers. Lee, a cornerback, played for Green Bay from 1980-90.
Driver says he didn't start thinking about being a Packers Hall of Famer until he broke Sterling Sharpe's team record for career receptions. Driver finished his career with 743 receptions, nearly 150 more than Sharpe.
Lee said before Saturday's induction ceremony that he was touched to receive the call to the Packers Hall of Fame, saying it meant the world to him.
Packers Training Camp begins next Thursday morning.