Found March 16, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
Pro Bowl receiver Greg Jennings shocked Packer Nation late Friday night with news that he had signed a 5-year deal with hated rival Minnesota worth up to $50 million with incentives. Speculation abounds as to why Jennings, a man who spent his entire 7-year career thus far with the Packers and by all accounts loved it there, would leave for a rival, especially when contract terms were reportedly similar. Green Bay was said to have also offered him a contract paying about $10 million/year only for a shorter term (3 years, $30 million)... Read more
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  • Good for Jennings. Im glad,its about money. Green Bay packers really dont like it when its done to them,But the packers have no problem doing it to people. Screw what people think in Green Bay. Put another piece of foam on your head. They cant even tell the colar of YELLOW NOT GOLD. ITs GREEN and YELLOW.
  • Least people in Green Bay can spell color. He won't do **** with the vikqueens, they suck just like your spelling.
  • Learn how to spell before you post comments.
  • Your an idiot who can't spell.
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  • Awww, Did I hurt your feelings picking on your wittle football team??? Truth hurts? Get a life!! Big babies.
  • Fickle Packer fans no doubt... Greg Jennings will look good in Viking Purple and even better in the Packers end zone.
    Typical of the Packer faithful wanting cheese with their whine!
    Feel free to spell check my rant Packercracker4/Einstein
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