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American football wide receiver Donald Driver, drafted by the Greenbay Packers in 1999, won the 14th season of Dancing with the Stars in May 2012.
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Born on February 2, 1975, in Houston, Texas, Donald Driver attended Mississippi's Alcorn State University, and was drafted by the Greenbay Packers in 1999 to play wide receiver. In October 2009, he became the Packers' all-time leading receiver, with 596 catches. Driver has also been a co-host of the show Inside the Huddle with Donald Driver since 2004, and in May 2012, he won the 14th season of ABC's Dancing with the Stars.
Born on February 2, 1975, in Houston, Texas, Donald Driver attended Mississippi's Alcorn State University, lettering in football and track and field. In 1999, he was drafted by the Greenbay Packers to play wide receiver, leading to a successful, years-long professional football career with the team.
In October 2009, Driver became the Packers' all-time leading receiver, with 596 catches, and he continued his all-time leading ranking with the team. Following the Packers' 2011-12 season, Driver's record for receptions rose to 698, and he was ranked second in team history for career yards, with 9,615.
In addition to playing football, Driver has been a co-host of the show Inside the Huddle with Donald Driver since 2004. In May 2012, at age 37, Driver won the 14th season of ABC's Dancing with the Stars, beating Katherine Jenkins and William Levy, who placed second and third, respectively. Driver competed on the show with professional dancing partner Peta Murgatroyd.
Driver is married to Betina Driver and they have two children, Cristian and Christina.
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