GREEN BAY, Wis. It wasn't a spectacular return to game action for Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings, but it was a start.
Jennings, who hadn't played since Sept. 30 due to a groin and abdominal injury, had four catches for 46 yards in Green Bay 23-14 win over the Minnesota Vikings.
"I felt good," Jennings said. "About the second half, honestly (is when I felt 100 percent). Getting my feet underneath me, getting in a rhythm. After about the second half, it's like, 'OK, I'm out here. I'm back now.'"
Just one month after undergoing abdominal surgery, Jennings didn't play as much as usual early on. In the first half, he had four passes thrown his way by quarterback Aaron Rodgers, but Jennings caught only one of them for nine yards. But following halftime, Jennings played far more snaps and had three receptions.
"They said they were going to kind of take the leash off me after the second half, seeing how I felt after the second quarter, and they held true to that," Jennings said. "...