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Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Greg Jennings says he’s doesn’t have anything to prove against his former team, the Green Bay Packers, when the two teams meet in October and November. “I move on. There’s no love lost. It’s a business,” said Jennings to the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
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How fast a man’s feelings can change. Barely a year and a half ago, back when he was still with the Green Bay Packers, wide receiver Greg Jennings claimed that Aaron Rodgers was a better quarterback than Brett Favre had ever been. While a guest on the Ian O’Connor show out of ESPN New York 1050, [...]The post Greg Jennings disses Aaron Rodgers by Rourke Douglas Decker appeared...
It took all the way until No. 31, but the Green Bay Packers have finally landed a current player on the NFL Network's countdown of the top 100 players with outside linebacker Clay Matthews.
This is actually a slight fall down the rankings for Matthews. Last year, NFL Network's countdown placed Matthews at No. 27. Strangely, Matthews actually had a much more productive 2012...
According to Tom Pelissero of 1500ESPN.com, Vikings wide receiver Greg Jennings was back at practice today after missing some time due to an ankle injury.
According to the #Vikings website, which is granted access not afforded to reporters, Greg Jennings (ankle) returned to practice today.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) June 4, 2013
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Vikings wide receiver Greg Jennings was asked to compare Christian Ponder to both Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers from his playing days with the Packers. It certainly doesn’t sound like he thinks very highly of Rodgers any longer.
“When you talk about comparing quarterbacks, it’s hard to compare guys. I’ll take Brett. He did it for so long. I got there in a period of time...
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Randall Cobb led the NFL in total yards, among other categories, despite missing a game-and-a-half last season. Now, without Greg Jennings and Donald Driver, the Packers need even more from their do-it-all star.
Brett Favre says it was his fault for the way things ended badly between he and the Green Bay Packers in 2007.
“I was at fault. I feel that both sides had a part in it,” Favre said in a radio interview with WGR 550. “If you could go back would I or them have done things differently? I’m sure both sides would. But you can’t.”
“So I hate it, that it happened that...
1.) Aaron Rodgers: Green Bay Packers
- Despite having one of the worst offensive lines in the league, virtually no running game and receiver by committee, Aaron Rodgers still managed to throw for 4,295 yards and 32 TDs. Rodgers carried this team last season on his shoulders to an 11-5 regular season record. Leading the league with a passer rating of 108, Rodgers led the Packers to...
Packers offensive lineman Brian Bulaga told the Green Bay Press-Gazette that he’s excited about moving to left tackle this season.
“I’m excited about it and ready to take on the challenge,” Bulaga said. “It’s not an overnight, immediate deal, where one day I’m totally comfortable with this.”
Bulaga played left tackle at Iowa and stepped in during his rookie year in...