Found November 27, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:
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Seems the question has been answered, Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers need Greg Jennings. They must find the spark that led them into the playoffs last year or the team that once relied heavily on the pass could be in trouble. With only 12 catches and 78 yards this season Jennings hasn’t been able to stay healthy, but according to the Green Bay Press Gazette, he hasn’t really been healthy since Week 14 of last season. Since the Green Bay Packers’ Pro Bowl receiver sprained his left knee in the second half of the Dec. 11, 2011, game against the Oakland Raiders, he has appeared in parts of only four games.… Read more
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