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Green Bay receiver James Jones led the NFL with 14 touchdown receptions this season.Fantasy Spin:The 14 TDs are a career-high for Jones, who racked up 784 yards on 64 catches in 2012 (also career-highs). He and Randall Cobb both saw increased targets this season while Greg Jennings and Jordy Nelson were dealing with injuries. Jones has now scored at least five touchdowns in each of his last four seasons. He's not as consistent as some of the league's other top targets but Jones is probably still worth at least a mid-to-late round draft pick in most fantasy leagues.
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The benefits of playing at home in the NFL playoffs are supposed to significantly outweigh any potential drawbacks. When that home game takes place at a storied venue like Lambeau Field, it typically makes the advantages even greater.
But Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings doesn't see it that way.
"Absolutely, I would be on turf quick," Jennings...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It didn't take long for Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings to find out that his sister, Valyncia Jennings, had taken several shots at quarterback Aaron Rodgers via Twitter during Green Bay's regular-season finale.
As soon as the game ended Sunday, the team's public relations staff informed Jennings about his sister's comments, which included calling...
Packers wideout Greg Jennings had 120 yards and two touchdowns on eight catches Sunday against the Vikings, his first 100-yard game of the season.Fantasy Spin:Jennings missed eight games this season but caught three touchdowns over the final two games. He'll be a free agent and could be looking for a new team.
Green Bay Packer wide receiver Greg Jennings finished with 8 catches for 120 yards and 2 touchdowns as the Packers lost to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday; however, that wasn’t good enough for sister Valyncia. Jennings sister felt as though the 12 targets her brother had just wasn’t enough and believed her brother was being [...]
In September, as the 2012 NFL season was just beginning, Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings knew this could be his last season as a member of the Green Bay Packers. As the season went on and players like James Jones and Randall Cobb began to emerge as legitimate threats to Jennings, it seemed likely that Jennings would not be returning to Green Bay. In fact, Jennings again admitted...
Greg Jennings is forced to comment after his sister ripped Aaron Rodgers on Twitter during Sunday's game. Joked Jennings on Wednesday: "I’m going to give her a call and let her see the playbook and ... see if I’m implemented as much as she would like."
Dismissing an utterly brilliant performance in a 37-34 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, legendary Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was criticized by the asinine sister of two-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Greg Jennings, Valyncia. As a two-time … Continue reading →
Seems like a basic part of tackling is aim at the other team. That’s okay. You can follow up by not covering Greg Jennings in the end zone.
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According to Armando Salguero of The Miami Herald, the Dolphins plan on trying to make a big impact in free agency this offseason.
I am told by team sources the Dolphins have every intention of making an impact in free agency if the opportunity is there. But I am also told the Dolphins will be careful not to overvalue players who aren’t truly stars.
The Dolphins promise they will...
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports that the sources have informed him that the Dolphins are prepared to make “an impact in free agency.“
Salguero cautions that Miami ”will be careful not to overvalue players who aren’t truly stars.“
The Dolphins could have as much as $46.8 million in salary-cap space at their disposal in the coming months, so it makes sense...
With a thrilling 37-34 loss to the Minnesota Vikings, the Green Bay Packers are in the gift-giving mood.
It was the Chicago Bears who were naughty and the Vikings who were nice this holiday season.
Not only did the Packers gift-wrap a spot in wild-card weekend, Adrian Peterson and his 199 yards (a mere nine yards short of the single-season record) was most likely enough to give him...