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Social media has changed the way we as fans look at sports and now Greg Jennings of the Green Bay Packers wants your advice on his future.
As if Jennings doesn’t have a big enough ego, he’s take the chance to post a picture of his empty locker seen here. Under the photo he stated “My Packers locker is empty. Comment if you want it to stay that way or like if you don’t!”
The post was 11 hours ago on Facebook.com and it currently has 39,907 likes and 4,910 comments.
Jennings is an unrestricted free agent in 2013 and after missing a number of games this season his health remains a question.… Read more
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