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Free agent, Greg Jennings of the Green Bay Packers, only played in a total of eight games during the 2012 season but there sure seems to be a ton of hype surrounding the potential free agent.
In case you have not seen his commercials, Jennings is currently pimping out Old Spice and the NFL’s own ticket exchange website through television, but most importantly, he’s pimping his own brand out.
That last fact is very important because Jennings will be a free agent at the end of this season and needs the rest of the world to know him because he will not be playing in Green Bay next year. With the depth that the Packers’ have at wide receiver, it doesn’t make sense for them to pay Jennings the money he will almost assuredly be asking for.… Read more
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