The back and forth debate has waged in Green Bay for most of the 2012 offseason.
Would the Packers bring back veteran receiver Donald Driver for his 14th NFL season? Or could the talent behind the 36-year-old on the team's depth chart push the former seventh round pick out this summer?
By Wednesday morning, we could have a definitive answer—and it's looking like a foregone conclusion that Driver will return.
According to Lance Allan of TMJ4 in Milwaukee, the two sides have agreed on new terms for Driver's contract.
The @Donald_Driver80 agent Jordan Woy just emailed:"We have agreed to terms with the Packers but need to review it tomorrow to finalize."
— Lance Allan (@lanceallan) May 30, 2012
The deal is expected to be a paycut for Driver, who has 735 career receptions and 10,060 yards in 13 seasons in Green Bay.
We'll have more information as it leaks out tomorrow.
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