Donald Driver made it to the Super Bowl in 2010 for the first time in his career. He is 36 and just finished his least productive season in seven years. But if there were any doubts about his future plans, Driver quashed them Thursday.
During an interview with ESPN 1000 in Chicago, Driver said he has no plans to retire. He hopes to play after the expiration of his current contract, which pays him $9.6 million through the 2012 season.
"I don't know why people have said I was going to retire," Driver said. "My goal has always been that I was going to play until I'm 40. So I'm still going to play. I feel good. I feel like I haven't lost anything."
Driver's interview is part of this "Waddle & Silvy" podcast.