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Future NFL star Donald Driver started out on the wrong track. In his early teenage years, he and his impoverished, broken family lived in a U-Haul; and he and his brother stole cars and dealt drugs. Then, with a mighty lift from his beloved grandmom, he turned things around, eventually earning a college degree and a seventh round draft call from the Green Bay Packers. And then the real miracles began. Driver became one of the most consistent and spectacular receivers in pro football, a favorite on-field target of his quarterback friend Brett Favre. In this memoir, the high-flying athlete who invented "the Lambeau Leap" describes his hardscrabble childhood, his record-making 14-year pro ball career, and his eventful post-retirement career, including his 2012 triumph on Dancing with the Stars. Now in trade paperback and NOOK Book.