Donald Driver aggravates quad injury

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Green Bay wide receiver Donald Driver has left the Packers' game against the New York Jets with a quadriceps injury. The team says his return is doubtful.

Driver, the Packers' leading receiver entering the game, missed two days of practice because of the quadriceps last week and apparently aggravated the injury in the first half. It was unclear when Driver was injured, but he was not on the field to start the second half.

Driver, who entered with 28 catches for 307 yards and three touchdowns, had no catches against the Jets before leaving the game.