Just ask the man. He's not old. Greg Jennings, who has bounced from the Green Bay Packers to the Minnesota Vikings, has had an injury-plagued recent history. He's getting up there in age, too. But don't tell him that. The Minnesota Vikings don't seem to mind either.
The Vikings signed Jennings to a five-year, $47.5 million deal says Kareem Copeland of NFL.com. While the Vikings obviously think Jennings can help, there have been those who doubt his ability to contribute long-term. To those people, Jennings insists he is not old.
"I'm not old. I'm 29. I'm not old. Let me throw that out there. I am 29-years-old, I will not be 30 until well after the league year starts."
Jennings spent his entire career with the Packers up to now. In his seven NFL seasons, Jennings has over 6500 yards receiving and has caught 53 touchdowns. Jennings has clearly been a productive receiver in the league, but the Vikings are banking on that continuing.
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