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A stir was caused this week when respected beat writer Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel said that the Packers would be “wise” to shop Greg Jennings ahead of the trade deadline. Jennings is heading into the final year of his contract and could get the Packers a 2nd round pick, according to McGinn. Also according to McGinn, Jennings may want Larry Fitzgerald money on the open market, which would be 8 years 120 million. We saw Mike Wallace try and fail to get that kind of money this offseason, proving how tough it is to get that type of money unless you’re Larry Fitzgerald or Calvin Johnson, but Jennings should get at least the 5 years 55 million dollar that Vincent Jackson got last offseason on the open market.
Jennings has been an incredibly productive receiver over the past few years, catching 389 passes for 6171 yards and 49 touchdowns, but he wouldn’t be worth that to the Packers. The Packers don’t like to commit big money to guys and have plenty of receiving depth wit...
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The Miami Dolphins lack talent at the wide receiver position and rumors are swirling that Greg Jennings of the Packers might be available before the week 8 trading deadline. The Dolphins currently have only 3 wide receivers that are good enough to play in the NFL on a regular basis…..and even that is debatable. Davone [...]
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings is inactive for Thursday night's game against the Chicago Bears.
Jennings, who tweaked his groin on the final series of the Week 1 game against the San Francisco 49ers, was listed as doubtful on the injury report but was trying to play through the pain. Jennings had five catches for 34 yards before the injury.
According to multiple...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings is officially out for tonight's game against the Chicago Bears.Jennings, a Pro Bowl selection the past two seasons, suffered a groin injury on Green Bay's final drive on Sunday in the loss to the 49ers. He did not participate in either practice this week and was listed as doubtful.Jennings, who will turn 29 next week...
According to Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings should be back next week, after missing Thursday’s game with a groin injury.
“Expect to see wide receiver Greg Jennings back in action next week. McCarthy said he’d be surprised if Jennings and defensive end C.J. Wilson were unable to go at Seattle a week from Monday,” wrote Dunne.
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings is inactive and Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman will start Thursday night's game at Lambeau Field.
Jennings hurt his groin late in Sunday's loss to San Francisco and was listed as doubtful going into Thursday.
Tillman was listed as questionable with a shin injury. He was hurt in the Bears' season-opening victory...
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings will not play in Thursday's game against the Chicago Bears as he was officially listed as inactive by the team before the game. Jennings had been listed as doubtful because of a groin injury earlier in the week, although he had been lobbying to play. Jennings had five receptions for 34 yards in the opener, and he had 67 catches...
Pro Bowl wide receiver Greg Jennings is in the final year of his contract
The Green Bay Packers have lost three games since December 19, 2010. Greg Jennings didn’t play in one of them and he was at less than 100 percent in another. It’s no coincidence. So why hasn’t general manager Ted Thompson extended the three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver? After all, he took care of another...
Green Bay wideout Randall Cobb didn't have as large of a role in the offense in Week 2 despite Greg Jennings' absence. Cobb had one rush and one catch.Fantasy Spin:Cobb turned in 48 total yards on those two touches, but fantasy owners might want to hold off on starting Cobb in fantasy leagues until we see what his week-to-week role is going to be.
It took one week to go from a normal list to enough injuries to make a MASH ward busy. Let’s take a look at the key ones and how they will impact fantasy football this week.
Last night’s Bears/Packers game was fraught with injuries. GB WR Greg Jennings was out with a groin injury but expect him to be back for the next game. CHI RB Matt Forte went down with an ankle injury and...