WATCH: Donald Driver speaks at Packers Hall of Fame induction

Driver and Mark Lee joined the team's Hall of Fame

Donald Driver is the latest Green Bay great to lock down his place in the Packers' history books. On Saturday, Driver was inducted into the team's Hall of Fame along with former cornerback Mark Lee. 

Check out his Hall of Fame speech below:

"I think everything in my career has been truly a blessing," Driver said.

"I remember in 2003 when I fell on my neck against Minnesota. I remember being on that stretcher coming through that tunnel, [and] my wife told me that my career was over, that I was going to retire, and put the cleats up. And I told her, 'I don't think God is done with us yet. If I can recover from this, let's just see where God takes us.'

"And 11 years later, He took us to places we never thought we would go."

Driver, the Packers' seventh-round pick in the 1999 draft, hauled in 743 receptions for 10,137 yards, both all-time marks for the Green and Gold. He also played a key role in the Packers' Super Bowl XLV title.

The four-time Pro Bowler retired in 2012.

Lee, who was also inducted this weekend, played for the Packers from 1980-1990. He racked up 31 interceptions in a Green Bay uniform, including a career-high nine in 1986.

There are now 159 members in the Packers Hall of Fame, 24 of which are honored in Canton, Ohio at the NFL Hall of Fame.

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