Found October 02, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
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According to Wes Hodkiewicz of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, after re-aggravating his groin injury this past week, Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings may not play this coming Sunday against the Colts.

“Greg Jennings groin injury flared up on him in game. He couldn’t open up to full stride. Back where we were 2 weeks ago. Could be an option to shut him down for a week,” wrote Hodkiewicz.

The best move for both the Packers and Jennings would be to allow him to rest for a few weeks so he can come back at full strength.

Even though Jennings is arguably the Packers’ top receiver, they have plenty of weapons to fill in for him while he rests.

 

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