Green Bay, Wis. (WHBL-Learfield) - Green Bay Packers’ receiver Donald Driver will miss Sunday night’s home game against Dallas. Coach Mike McCarthy declared him out yesterday, after he aggravated a thigh injury last Sunday against the New York Jets. He was on crutches yesterday. Driver has only missed two starts in the last five-and-a-half seasons. Greg Jennings, James Jones, and Jordy Nelson will be the Packers’ three main wide-outs against the Cowboys. Brett Swain will be the number-four receiver. With a bye next week, Driver will get an extra week to recover. He’s expected to return for the November 21st game at Minnesota. Meanwhile, the Packers might have two tight ends for Sunday night’s contest – Donald Lee and Tom Crabtree. Andrew Quarless missed practice yesterday with a shoulder injury – and it could sideline him against the Cowboys. Corner and kick returner Pat Lee has also been ruled out of Sunday’s game with an ankle injury suffered against the Jets.
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