The injury to Packers wide receiver Donald Driver during today's Vikings game has been diagnosed as a "neck strain," Head Trainer Pepper Burruss reports. All X-rays and scans done this afternoon at Bellin Hospital in Green Bay were normal, according to Burruss.
Driver will be kept in the hospital overnight, and will be further evaluated Monday morning.
According to Burruss, utilizing the highest level of precaution Driver was taken to the hospital for further tests due to the high level of pain he was describing on the field. But Driver never experienced paralysis and did not lose consciousness, Burruss said.
Moving forward, Driver's playing status is "week to week," according to Packers Team Physician Dr. Patrick McKenzie.