GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. - The Minnesota Vikings would have interest in long-time Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver if he is available this offseason, according to Green Bay television station.
FOX 11 reports that the Packers' all-time leading receiver is a possibility for the Vikings, who struggled at the position in 2012.
The report said that Driver is considering retirement if the Packers decide not to bring him back.
Driver played 14 years with the Packers. He is 37-years-old.
Driver would not be the first Packers star to come to the Vikings at the end of his career. Brett Favre, Ryan Longwell and Darren Sharper made similar transitions over the years. Sharper ended his career with the New Orleans Saints.
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