Found March 03, 2013 on Everything Colts:
For the next several days leading up to the start of free agency, I will be breaking down the potential free agents for the Colts. This entry is about Greg Jennings, the unrestricted free agent wide receiver for the Green Bay Packers.Overview: Greg Jennings has spent his whole career with the Green Bay Packers, but many are expecting that to come to an end due to the emergence of Randall Cobb and James Jones. Jennings has averaged over 1200 yards (per season (some seasons being approximated)) during his 7 years in Green Bay, with on average 10 touchdowns per season. He has been Brett Favre's go to guy, and was Aaron Rodger's go to guy for a long time. He's a reliable target that the best have trusted. He's asking for a lot of money.Strengths: Jennings is a great all around receiver with great hands, speed and jumping ability. He can be dangerous all over the field. He runs extremely good routes and serves as a perfect compliment to any top receiver, and could be the ...
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