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'Grudge' Drives Driver Toward Yardage Record

WR Donald Driver (Josh D. Weiss/USP)

Donald Driver enters Thursday's season-opener just 42 yards from owning the team's receiving record. "I tell people all the time, if I would have gone first round, I don't know if I would have been as hungry as I am now."

At heart, Donald Driver will always be the seventh-round draft pick who was the 25th wide receiver selected in the 1999 draft. Never mind that he's a mere 42 yards away from breaking James Lofton's franchise record for receiving yardage and is just two receptions away from becoming the 33rd player in NFL history to reach 700 career catches. Never mind that he's the No. 1 pass catcher in team... Recommended Stories

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