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NFL Trade Rumors:
Alex Marvez reports that a source has informed Fox Sports that the Green Bay Packers will not use their franchise tag on WR Greg Jennings.
This isn’t exactly a surprising move, despite a report from last week that the Packers were considering the idea of franchising Jennings. It would have cost them close to $11 million next season to retain Jennings via the designation.
It’s doubtful that Green Bay will look to lock Jennings up in the coming weeks, even though they do have some cap space to work with. Jennings is reportedly targeting as much as $12 million annually in his next contract, and even though it’s unlikely he’ll sign for that kind of money, the Packers have enough depth at receiver with James Jones, Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb that they can allow him to walk and take compensatory pick next year.
Recent speculation as the Dolphins and Vikings as the most likely suitors.
We have Jennings currently listed as the No. 7 best available player in our Top 50 Free Agents list.
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Although it came as no surprise, Greg Jennings is set to test free agency next week after the Green Bay Packers chose not to place a tag on their once prized wide receiver.
Among the list of potential free agent wide receivers heading into next season, Kansas City’s Dwayne Bowe was the only player to receive the good stuff ahead of Monday’s tag deadline, thanks to the Chiefs...
The path is now clear for Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings to leave via free agency.
A source told FOXSports.com that the Packers decided against using their franchise tag on Jennings, whose contract expired at the end of last season.
Green Bay had weighed doing so but such a move would have consumed 10.54 million of the team's 123 million salary cap. The Packers...
A source told FOXSports.com that the Packers decided against using
their franchise tag on Greg Jennings, whose contract expired at the
end of last season.
Greg Jennings is fully expected to test the open market after news from Alex Marvez on Twitter that the Packers do not plan on tagging the 30 year-old receiver was reported.
The news shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, I mean the man did put his home up for sale a month or so ago.
Still, plenty of Packers fans—fantasy football fans as well—were quietly holding out hope of...
Tom Brady restructured his contract, so that means the Patriots should sign every high priced free agent available, right? In short, no.
The three marquee free agents on everyone’s mind this offseason are wide receivers Mike Wallace, Dwayne Bowe and Greg Jennings. The thought is that if the Patriots sign one of those players, the offense will suddenly take off into the stratosphere...
Fox Sports' Alex Marvez confirmed Monday afternoon that Jennings will not receive the franchise tag, sending him to the open market.
Whilst Greg Jennings has not yet put his home in Green Bay on the market, perhaps it is now time to call the real estate agent as Mr. Jennings is now on the free agent market merry-go-round.
With Randall Cobb, Jordy Nelson and James Jones around...
Greg Jennings and Mike Wallace are sitting somewhere wondering when their turn will come. Percy Harvin now has a measuring stick for his new deal.
Yesterday we reported that Dwayne Bowe and the Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to a new 5 year deal. Today the numbers of that deal have been released, and they indeed will have a trickle down effect.
According to Pro Football Talk...
Editor’s Note: NESN.com will evaluate and analyze one potential Patriots free agent addition every day from Feb. 18 through the start of NFL free agency on March 12.
Fool me once? Shame on you. Fool me twice? Well, that’s something Bill Belichick will try to avoid this offseason.
The Patriots have a dearth of wide receivers on their roster and need to find some playmakers for...
After the Buffalo Bills declined to tender RFAs David Nelson and Donald Jones, it became clear that the team will be starting over at wide receiver. Considering both the west coast offense and the k-gun place an emphasis on effective receiver play, it is critical that Buddy Nix bring in capable talent if Marrone’s offense has any chance at success. Since rookie wide out’s are...
Alex Marvez reports a source has informed him that the Dolphins are close to reaching an agreement with WR Brian Hartline on a multi-year contract that would average $6 – $6.5 million annually.
Marvez mentions that the Dolphins could still pursue one of Greg Jennings or Mike Wallace in the next few weeks, as they’ll have plenty of space to work with.
Hartline, 26, caught 74...
According to Alex Marvez of FOXSports.com, the Miami Dolphins and wide receiver Brian Hartline are close to finalizing a contract extension.
A source told FOXSports.com that Brian Hartline and the Dolphins are nearing agreement on a contract that would keep the wide receiver from hitting the free-agent market. The multiyear deal would average between $6 million and $6.5 million...