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Minnesota Vikings WR Greg Jennings seemed to be in a war of words with his former team the Green Bay Packers.
The whole back and forth got to the point where it seemed to become a distraction of sorts. So coach Leslie Frazier weighed in, but not to back Jennings up or the Packers, he just said ‘that’s not something we’re high on.’
Apparently, it was something low enough to have to speak to the receiver and Jennings says he’s clear on the coach’s message.
"I was on the field. I was wondering where everybody was coming up with that. I was on the field and [Frazier] ran over to me and asked me what I said. That was really the gist of it. He said, `Keep it about our guys.' Literally, that was it. I don't really recall saying anything negative about Aaron or anyone over there, but, hey, I apologize," Jennings said, via Mark Craig of the Star-Tribune.
“Aaron’s a phenomenal quarterback,” Jennings said.
“He knows that. No one needs to tell him that. What he’s done over the course of the last five years? Phenomenal. He set the bar high for quarterbacks in this league. He set the bar high for offenses in this league.
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NFL suspended Vikings OL DeMarcus Love four games for violating PED policy.
— NFL: AroundTheLeague (@NFL_ATL) August 1, 2013
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