Former Green Bay Packers wide receiver told Fox Sports Wisconsin that he would come out of retirement if the Packers asked him to come back.
Driver, who retired in February, said at his charity softball game on Sunday that he would unretire only to play for the Packers.
"I think the thing is, if you have the itch to continue to play, then it doesn't matter who you play for, because that's what you want to do. You just want to play the game," he said. "I love the game, but I only love one team."
Driver, who spent his entire 14-year career with Green Bay, is the team's all-time leading receiver with 743 receptions and 10,137 yards. However, he had just eight catches for 77 yards in 13 games last year.
"If the Packers called me and said, 'Drive, come back to training camp,' I'd be back for training camp," he said. "But until then, I'll be sitting at home and just watching football."
Driver was given a key to the city and Donald Driver Way was named after him after he retired from the Packers.