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Greg Jennings has put his house in snowy and cold Wisconsin up for sale, and now he’s aware of that fact that his relocation will probably a permanent one.
Jennings who is a free agent and most likely will not return to Green Bay will have his list of suitors, but Jennings seems to want a warm weather relocation, and according to Pro Football Talk, “he wouldn’t mind playing in Miami.”
“I wouldn’t mind that at all,” Jennings said. “The weather’s definitely nice. They have an up and coming quarterback and they definitely have a defense that’s pretty solid and some pieces on offense that are pretty solid as well.”
The Dolphins do need a playmaker on the outside, having only Brian Hartline and Davone Bess as decent targets for Ryan Tannehill.
Jennings has wanted for sometime to be the main guy and get all the attention, so I think Miami should be his choice.
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According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Charles Woodson will be released by the Green Bay Packers. A tweet from Woodson’s wine business Twitter account saying goodbye to Green Bay was confirmed by his agent Carl Poston, “They’re getting ready to release him. It’s part of the business,” Poston said.
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According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Charles Woodson’s agent Carl Poston claims the Green Bay Packers will be releasing his client.
Carl Poston, Charles Woodson’s agent, tells me: “They’re getting ready to release him. It’s part of the business.”
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 15, 2013
Woodson looks like he has some football left in him. You have to...
It is being reported out of Green Bay that the Packers are releasing former All-Pro defensive back Charles Woodson.With this move, Woodson should become the most targeted defensive player by all teams looking for a safety or simply a leader that can lead their defense to greatness.Woodson had a down season in 2012, only playing seven games.He had 38 combined tackles, 1.5 sacks, 1...
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I don’t really see it with Woodson because I think McCourty is more of the free safety-type...
If he is healthy he can help a team, but he is far removed from his glory days.
Released DB Charles Woodson’s agent Carl Poston: “He’d like to go play for a contender, win another Super Bowl. He caught that bug.”
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 15, 2013