Originally written on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 7/16/12
Green Bay Packer Receivers Ready for New Season

Two of the Green Bay Packers starting receivers were making the rounds of interview sites this week. Both Donald Driver and Greg Jennings stated that they were ready for the new NFL season to begin during interviews this past week.

Donald Driver reported that he was ready for this season and next season even though his contract runs through the end of the 2012 season. So, to play another year with the Green Bay Packers it will be decided with the Packers front office since Driver would need to sign a new agreement for the 2013 season. Donald Driver is healthy and ready heading into training camp and will worry about next year when the time is right.

The second Green Bay Packer receiver to answer questions this week was Greg Jennings. Jennings was with NFL Total Access and discussed several issues concerning this year and last year. The season ending defeat to the New York Giants was a game Jennings said he would like to have back to play again. The Packers receiver also told Packer fans and enemies that he would be 100 percent when training camp begins at the end of July.

With both of the Green Bay Packer receivers healthy and ready to play is a great sign for the Green Bay Packer offense and a bad sign for league defenses.

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