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Greg Jennings is fully expected to test the open market after news from Alex Marvez on Twitter that the Packers do not plan on tagging the 30 year-old receiver was reported. The news shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, I mean the man did put his home up for sale a month or so ago. Still, plenty of Packers fans—fantasy football fans as well—were quietly holding out hope of the two sides staying together. Especially after Kansas City resigned Dwayne Bowe. The question now is just exactly where Greg Jennings will wind up, and who is willing to fork over the money for him. There’s little doubt that Greg Jennings will command top range money ($10 to $12 million is the going rate) but questions regarding his durability and whether or not he has past the “prime years” could keep a few receiver-hungry teams away. While there are a few receiver needy teams out there, only Miami and Minnesota seem to come to the forefront. Greg Jennings has ties to HC Joe Philbin down in Miami, knows his of...
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