GREEN BAY, Wis. It had been 16 days since Packers Pro Bowl wide receiver Greg Jennings had been able to practice due to a concussion. But on Sunday morning, after battling for more than two weeks with headaches and general pressure throughout his entire head, Jennings was back.
But for Jennings, who described this concussion as "the most difficult one to get over" of any that he's had in his career, it was not an easy road back.
"I make it sound like it was minor, but it really wasn't, honestly," Jennings said at his locker after practice.
Jennings left early from Green Bay's family night scrimmage on Aug. 3 with the diagnosed concussion, but he believes that it initially happened two days before that.
"I hit my head on the ground, split my nose open," Jennings said of what happened in the scrimmage. "It probably was a little bit before that, on Wednesday. I started feeling headaches Wednesday. I got hit Wednesday, practiced, finished practice. Next day, headaches, again practi...