Driver, a seventh-round pick in 1999, was the only player on the roster not acquired by Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson.
Thompson took the reins of the franchise in 2005. His first-round pick that season, quarterback Aaron Rodgers, is now the team's elder statesman in terms of tenure in Green Bay. He's the only player from Thompson's Class of 2005 who remains on the roster.
Most of the team arrived in the last three years, with 14 players added in 2010, 10 players in 2011 and 24 players in 2012.
With Driver, who turns 38 on Saturday, and Jeff Saturday, 37, having retired in the last few days, only five players are age 30 and older: Charles Woodson, 36; Ryan Pickett, 33; and John Kuhn, Ryan Grant and Cedric Benson are 30.
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