GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Greg Jennings may be entering his final few games with the Green Bay Packers, and the two-time Pro Bowl, soon-to-be-free-agent wide receiver knows it.
"Sometimes you look on the wall and you see a lot of writing," Jennings said Wednesday in the locker room. "And it's hard to ignore that writing as a player. Because you never want to get caught off guard. I wouldn't be doing my job as a father, as a husband, if I'm naive and not communicating these things with my family and preparing them for what potentially could be.
"The writing is on the wall. I'm not going to walk by it and act as if it's not there."
Jennings was referring to the fact the Packers organization has not been retaining many of its veteran players in recent years. General manager Ted Thompson allowed 31-year-old center Scott Wells who was Green Bay's best offensive lineman in 2011 to leave in free agency last offseason, and let 30-year-old defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins go the year before de...