Found September 30, 2012 on
Fox Sports Wisconsin:
GREEN BAY, Wis. Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings re-injured his groin and has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints.
Jennings caught a touchdown pass -- his first of the season -- from quarterback Aaron Rodgers early in the second quarter to give Green Bay a 14-7 lead. But on the following drives, Jennings stood on the sideline with his helmet off speaking to Dr. Pat McKenzie.
As the second half began, it was announced that Jennings had a groin injury and would not return in the game.
For Jennings, a two-time consecutive Pro Bowl selection who is in a contract year, this has been a season to forget so far. In training camp, Jennings suffered a concussion that cost him more than two weeks of practice. He also missed several days with an elbow bruise. In Week 1 of the regular season, Jennings left on the final drive of the game when he initially suffered a groin injury. That made Jennings unavailable to play in Week 2. When he retu...
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According to Wes Hodkiewicz of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, after re-aggravating his groin injury this past week, Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings may not play this coming Sunday against the Colts.
“Greg Jennings groin injury flared up on him in game. He couldn’t open up to full stride. Back where we were 2 weeks ago. Could be an option to shut him down for a week,” wrote...
According to Dan Arkush of ProFootballWeekly.com, there’s a good chance the Green Bay Packers will not be able to keep wide receiver Greg Jennings after this season.
“The bottom line, literally, is that the kind of money we hear Jennings is seeking in his contract year (a deal averaging in the neighborhood of $13 million per year) is totally out of sync with a team budget that’s...
Wide receiver Greg Jennings was able catch a touchdown pass
for the Green Bay Packers in their week 4 win over the New Orleans Saints.
However, it looks like his participation in the contest could cost him.
Jennings reinjured his groin Sunday, as coach Mike McCarthy
characterized the setback as a “flare up,” noting he is back to where he was a
couple weeks ago....
Green Bay wideout Greg Jennings (groin) sat out the second half of Sunday's game and is questionable for Week 5 against Indianapolis.Fantasy Spin:Jennings has yet to catch more than 35 yards worth of passes in any game this season and is quickly turning into a fantasy bust. The Packers have plenty of other options with James Jones, Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb and Jermichael Finley...
According to Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Packers coach Mike McCarthy said receiver Greg Jennings could not open up to a full stride after aggravating his groin injury Sunday.Fantasy Spin:"We're back to where we were a couple weeks ago," McCarthy said. It's looking like this injury is going to linger all season, even if Jennings takes a few weeks off.
Green Bay wideout Greg Jennings (groin) was limited in practice for the third straight day Friday, but he's being listed as probable for Week 4.Fantasy Spin:Jennings missed Week 2 and has clearly been affected by the injury. The receiver is averaging just 6.3 yards per catch and 3.3 YAC.
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings re-injured his groin during Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints and had to leave the game after playing just 13 plays. It's unclear whether Jennings will be available for the Packers' next game. Jennings caught a nine-yard touchdown pass on his final play of the game.
Green Bay wideout Greg Jennings (groin) will not return to Sunday's game.Fantasy Spin:Jennings caught a touchdown pass but his groin injury flared up so he'll take a seat for the rest of the afternoon.
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings left Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints with a groin injury, and the team announced he will not return. Jennings left in the third quarter. He missed the Packers' Week 2 game with a groin injury, but returned to play at Seattle last Monday night.
James Jones, picking up the slack for an injured Greg Jennings, helped deliver a key win with two touchdowns and a crucial catch to clinch the game.
TE Greg Olsen (Carolina)
Percent owned (ESPN): 16.5%
I was surprised to see the Olsen was owned in less than 25% of all leagues. Through 4 games, he has 20 catches for 256 yards and a score and has surpassed 5 fantasy points (standard) in 3 of 4 games, including 23 total in his last 2. You can do a lot worse with a low end TE1 or a bye week filler.
WR James Jones (Green Bay)