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Fantasy Football News - Green Bay Packer’s wide receiver, Greg Jennings, has been practicing this week and says he feels great heading into week 13. It’s worth noting that Jennings was close to returning against the Giants (and maybe they could have used him) but the Packers made him take one more week off. Now he’s practicing in full and the during the portion of practice open to the media on Thursday, the report was that he looked good on the field running routes and making cuts. FFLockerRoom Take - Obviously Aaron Rodgers would love to have Greg Jennings back. He is a difference maker when healthy and is their #1 wide receiver. Jordy Nelson could be considered the co-number one at this point while Randall Cobb is the utility player every team wishes they had. That leaves an odd man out for the time being. That man is probably James Jones, who had a great string of games while Jennings was out. Don’t cut James Jones loose just yet, as everyone should know, coming back from injury ...
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