Free agent interested in re-joining old coach in Miami.
It has been known for some time now that Greg Jennings would be on his way out of Green Bay at the end of the season.
With his contract expired and a current production level that would not warrant a pay-rise, Green Bay will let Jennings walk away without to much hesitation.
The wide receiver has already told NFL.com that he wouldn’t mind joining the Dolphins.
“I wouldn’t mind that at all,” Jennings said.
“The weather’s definitely nice. They have an up and coming quarterback.”
The article goes on to say that the Superbowl champion has also put his house on the market, giving a clear indication that he is on his way out of the Green Bay area, and Miami is certainly the hot-favourite to be the 29 year-old’s next destination.
Miami would be a superb fit for the two-time pro bowler. With a young QB and a head coach he worked under in Green Bay, Jennings could help this team grow and develop into a playoff contending franchise on a seasonal basis.
The lack of money likely to be offered by the Packers is the driving force behind the switch in teams. The Dolphins are so depleted at the wide receiver position, they must be able to spend big on talented players such as Jennings to instantly improve the group, something which he will do.
The Dolphins still have a way to go before they can be seriously considered a Superbowl winning team, but if they can sign Jennings and make a big moves in the draft this off-season, it won’t be too long before critics will be start to change their opinions on the direction of the team.