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Great, Now I\'m Crying At My Desk...

Thanks to PackOne for bringing attention to this story over on his site. As a father of a child with special needs myself, it really hit home. But regardless of that, everyone should read it. It is simply fantastic. And what more can be said about Double D? The man exemplifies class and is the very definition of what coach McCarthy called "Packer People".


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Andrew in Atlanta's picture

I posted to PackOne on his site. What a great story

IronMan's picture

Awesome story!

Alex Tallitsch's picture

It really breaks down what Packer football is really all about.

Ron La Canne's picture

Donald Driver is as classy as they get. Spending time with a kid with Developmental Disabilities is not an easy thing to do. I know because my oldest son had a severe brain injury. I remember how anyone that gave him an opportunity was treated to a disertation on the latest "Sitcoms". One day he met Henry Winkler (Happy Days) and the time he spent with my son stayed with him the rest of his life. Thanks Donald for being a real caring person.

IPBprez's picture

THAT was righteous ... Thanks to PackOne for the alert ... IPB is spreading the word, as well. Played namedropper while I was at it. IPB was lucky enough to donate a small gift to Riley Hospital a few seasons ago... and it is something we're real proud of. Stop by and take a read.

gratif's picture

Benevolent alpha male, that man. Born to lead.

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