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Greg Jennings is no different from a lot of wide receivers in the NFL who whine, cry and moan about everything. He has been given a pass for the most the part for his TOish style behavior.
The media is funny like that, if they don’t consider you important enough, they will just ignore you.
Jennings’ head coach though is tired of his whining and told him to cut it out.
Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier told receiver Greg Jennings on Saturday to stop his public criticism of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
“We’re the Vikings and we want to talk about us, what we’re trying to get done,” Frazier said, according to The Pioneer Press. “That’s where our focus has to be. There’s so much work to be done, and we don’t want to be looking at what’s happening with other teams, other teams’ players. We’ve got to focus on us. He’s good with that.”
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Aaron Rodgers isn't interested in a back-and-forth battle of words with former Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings.
After answering multiple questions about Ryan Braun on Friday, Rodgers had another fire to put out. Since signing with the Minnesota Vikings in March, Jennings has made several negative statements about Rodgers and about the way the...
Vikings coach Leslie Frazier has had enough of Greg Jennings' digs at his former quarterback.
Frazier talked with Jennings about his comments regarding Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, telling him in no uncertain terms to put a lid on it.
"We're the Vikings and we want to talk about us, what we're trying to get done," Frazier told The Pioneer Press. "...
As the NFL offseason comes to a close, and teams start training camp, NFL rosters are beginning to take shape. For the Patriots, this is no different. Up to this point, the team is set at most positions. One exception is at the receiver position. The Patriots have seen their top five pass catchers from 2012 either leave, or become question marks to start 2013. Their...
Vikings quarterbacks struggled with accuracy in Saturday’s practice, as each of the top three threw interceptions. Plus, Leslie Frazier has a talk with Greg Jennings about his comments regarding Aaron Rodgers.
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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says he was "shocked" when his friend Ryan Braun admitted he violated baseball's rules against using performance-enhancing substances.
Rodgers says the Milwaukee Brewers slugger "looked me in the eye" and it "didn't feel great being lied to like that." He says he's disappointed.
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The weather felt more like fall in the first week of training camp and only a slight warm-up is in store this week. While the players appreciate it, Leslie Frazier is hoping for a little warmer days ahead for conditioning purposes.
Keep checking this space. I’ll be updating what’s happening at Packers training camp throughout the day.
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Aaron Rodgers faced the media for the first time since his friend and business partner Ryan Braun admitted taking PEDs. The face of the franchise handled the situation perfectly. “I was shocked, I really was, just like many of you were,” said the star quarterback...
Green Bay Packers quarterback said Friday that he was “shocked” and “disappointed” by the news that Milwaukee Brewers outfielder and close friend Ryan Braun had admitted to taken performance-enhancing drugs after denying it for more than a year. “I was shocked, I really was, just
It’s that time of year again. It's the time that you make your annual pilgrimage to The Shrine of False Hope that is fantasy football. I don’t know why we let so much of our personal self-esteem become connected to our fantasy football teams, but it happens. I would say there’s nothing wrong with that, but if I’m being honest, there’s probably something wrong with...
Let the fun - and the thumping - begin.
After they eased into playing football again, Mike McCarthy is looking forward to seeing his Green Bay Packers in pads for the first time since the end of last season.
''When you put the pads on the first time, yeah, it'll definitely be more urgency than it's been down there the last two days,'' McCarthy said Saturday...
Join Kelly, Richard and Colleen for first hand reports from training camp and shameless plugs for family members *coughjordanrodgerscough*. We also debate whether or not James Starks will get cut, give props to Leslie Frazier, and freely bet away our paychecks (cuz we don’t make anything). Football is back!”
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