TODAY'S TMJ4, Newsradio 620 WTMJ to broadcast Driver retirement live

CREATED Feb 4, 2013

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  • Donald Driver. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2000. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Against the Carolina Panthers in 2002. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Against the Chicago Bears in 2002. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Against the Detroit Lions in 2002. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Against the Buffalo Bills in 2002. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Against the San Diego Chargers in 2003. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Against the Detroit Lions in 2004. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Against the Dallas Cowboys in 2004. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Against the Houston Texans in 2004. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Against the New Orleans Saints in 2006. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Against the San Francisco 49ers in 2006. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • After a game against the Detroit Lions in 2008. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Against the Cleveland Browns in 2009. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Against the Detroit Lions in 2009. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Against the San Francisco 49ers in 2010. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Celebrating an NFC Championship Game win over the Chicago Bears in January 2011. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • In Super Bowl XLV against the Pittsburgh Steelers in February 2011. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Against the New York Giants in 2011. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Against the Detroit Lions in January 2012. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Against the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2012. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Before a game against the Tennessee Titans in 2012. | Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • At the 2012 NFC divisional playoff vs. 49ers. | Photo: TODAY'S TMJ4

GREEN BAY - The flagship station of the Green Bay Packers will bring the retirement ceremony of the team's all-time leading receiver to you.

Newsradio 620 WTMJ and TODAY'S TMJ4 will air Donald Driver's retirement event live at 11:00 a.m. from the Atrium at Lambeau Field.

Lance Allan, Rod Burks, Jeff "The Sports Geek" Falconio and Greg "The Sports Freak" Matzek will provide team coverage as well from Lambeau.

Click here for more on Driver's retirement.