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Donald Driver, Mark Lee to be inducted into Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame

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GREEN BAY --  The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame Inc. announced on Tuesday, November 15th that it will induct former Packers players Donald Driver and Mark Lee at the 47th Hall of Fame Induction Banquet, to be held Saturday, July 22nd, 2017 in the Lambeau Field Atrium.

According to a press release, information about tickets for the banquet, which begins with a cash bar at 4:30 p.m., with dinner and program to follow at 7 p.m., is still being finalized and will be released in the near future (www.packershalloffame.com). The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame Inc. Golf Classic is set for Monday, July 10, 2017 at The Bull in Sheboygan Falls, Wis.

Donald Driver

Donald Driver

Donald Driver, selected in the seventh round of the 1999 NFL Draft, played in 205 games during his 14-year Packers career, the second-most in franchise history behind only quarterback Brett Favre. He is the Packers’ all-time leader for receptions, with 743, and receiving yards, with 10,137, and also scored 62 career touchdowns, tied for fifth-most in team annals. Over his career, Driver cultivated a reputation as one of the most productive wide receivers in Packers history, with 133 consecutive games with a reception and nine consecutive seasons with 50 or more receptions. A four-time Pro Bowl selection (2002, ’06, ’07, ‘10), Driver’s veteran leadership also helped guide the 2010 Packers to a Super Bowl XLV victory.

Mark Lee

Mark Lee

Mark Lee, who played 11 seasons in Green Bay (1980-90), was a model of consistency during his career, whether it was in pass coverage as one of the league’s best bump-and-run corners or as a hard-nosed tackler in run support. He intercepted 31 passes during his career, which ranks second all-time among Packers cornerbacks and eighth overall, and added 104 passes defensed, as well as nine forced fumbles and seven fumble recoveries. A durable performer, he missed only eight games during his Packers career, appearing in 157 contests with 139 starts. Lee also led the Packers in kickoff returns his first two seasons and in punt returns in 1981 when he averaged 9.4 yards and ranked 11th in the league. Additionally, he had an interception return for a touchdown at Dallas in the 1982 playoffs.

The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame Inc. is a nonprofit corporation independent of the Green Bay Packers that guides the Hall as a historic national sports venue and educational resource to the Green Bay community and the state of Wisconsin.