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Greg Jennings is preparing for free agency this off-season. The almost 30-year old wide receiver has spent his whole career in Green Bay but when news broke that he put his home up for sale, many are assuming his time is up with the Packers. If it is, the time comes for Jennings to [...]
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Packers WR Greg Jennings discussed his future while appearing on “The Finsiders” this week.
Jennings was pretty direct in regards to his interest in playing for the Dolphins and head coach Joe Philbin next season.
“Joe, how you doing. Remember me?” said Jennings.
He added that he has “a great relationship” with Philbin and even referred to him as “one of [his...
One of the positions the Miami Dolphins will attempt to upgrade this offseason is the wide receiver position. The Dolphins might end up having their choice of either Mike Wallace, Greg Jennings, or Dwayne Bowe. Any of the three would instantly become the Dolphins best wide receiver and all have Pro Bowl talent. If all 3 get to free agency without being signed by their own...
Dolphin Shout nearly made it to the big show. Yep, that's right. About four or five weeks ago I had a call from Paul. He told me that a production company doing a special on the Dolphins was trying...
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Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland has some tough decisions to make this offseason in regard to his free agent list. At least he got one no-brainer out of the way early.With one year still left on his contract, Ireland re-signed Pro Bowl linebacker Cameron Wake to an extension last May to the tune of nearly $50 million over four years.That paid off handsomely for Ireland...
The Green Bay Packers without Donald Driver is like the New England Patriots without Troy Brown.
On Wednesday, Donald Driver will officially announce his retirement in front of fans, coaches, and other members of the Packers family at Lambeau Field.
Before he makes it official, Packers fans like you have the chance to say goodbye to one of the greatest Packers of our generation....
In the years since Brett Favre moved on from Green Bay and eventually retired (with pit stops in New York and Minnesota), it’s been discovered that the relationship between the legendary quarterback and his successor, Aaron Rodgers, was bristly at best.
That’s surely why the NFL put the two former MVPs together to present the AP Comeback Player of the Year award at the NFL Honors...
Today is the eighth day of FOX Sports Wisconsin Packers writer Paul Imig's offseason evaluations of every player on Green Bay's roster. Click here for all of Paul's previous evaluations and come back every day through mid-March for Paul's in-depth film and statistical analysis. Coming up soon:
Tuesday, Feb. 5: TE Tom Crabtree
Wednesday, Feb. 6: K Mason Crosby
You may remember that Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers didn’t end well. There was that whole Aaron Rodgers is the guy-taking-your-job / don’t-let-the-door-hit-you-in-the-ass-on the-way-out / what-do-you-mean-you-aren’t-retiring thing. Saturday, the two former teammates were on stage to present the NFL Comeback Player of the Year Award. They had banter before...
Mr. Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers made a surprise make-up handshake at the NFL honor awards. Well done NFL! That was genius and must watch TV!
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Obviously it was 99.9% scripted. But of course the actual words don’t tell the story it’s the body language and everything else that creates the story.
Let’s get to it.
The first :12 seconds...