Greg Jennings

Greg Jennings

Pro Bowl Wide Receiver

Greg Jennings is a former NFL wide receiver who played for the Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, and Miami Dolphins from 2006 to 2015. Jennings is a two-time Pro Bowl player and was a member of the Super Bowl XLV Super Bowl championship team in Green Bay. He was voted to the 2006 PFWA All-Rookie team and will be inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame during the 2022 season. 

Jennings was drafted in the second round in 2006 after an electric career at Western Michigan University, where he still holds the record for all-purpose yards with 5,093. In his senior year, he was the Mid-American Conference Offensive Player of the Year.

Jennings played the majority of his NFL career for the Packers, whose offense had a pass-first approach with Brett Favre and then Aaron Rodgers. Jennings became one of Rodgers’ favorite targets during their time together. 

He finished his career with 571 receptions, 8,291 receiving yards, and 64 touchdowns. Jennings’ performance in the playoffs during their 2010 Super Bowl run is also memorable: 21 receptions, 303 yards, two touchdowns. Most notably in Super Bowl XLV, he made his two touchdown receptions but also had a critical catch on third down that set up the winning field goal for the Packers.

A native of Kalamazoo, Michigan; Jennings graduated from Kalamazoo Central High School, where he found success as a three-sport athlete (football, basketball, and track). Since retiring from the NFL, Jennings has made several acting appearances, and himself on the work his foundation does in his native city.

Jennings resides in Minnesota with his wife and four children. 


Does Kenny Golladay Still Belong With Giants?

The New York Giants have a very unhappy wide receiver in Kenny Golladay. After signing a four-year/$72 million contract before 2020, Golladay played just two snaps this past Sunday and is vocally unhappy. Greg Jennings breaks down the situation with the Giants star receiver.


How the Run-First Offense Impacts Wide Receivers

When you are a wide receiver in a run-first offense, it can be frustrating but can also be beneficial. It can also open things up on the outside for the receivers. Greg Jennings explains how it impacts the wide receivers.


Minkah Fitzpatrick Looks Like a DPOY Candidate

Pittsburgh Steelers star Minkah Fitzpatrick is one of the most versatile, exciting, and feared defenders in the entire league, who plays the safety position in a signature way and is off to a strong start to the 2022 season with a pair of interceptions. Former All-Pro wide receiver Greg Jennings doesn’t understand why the former […]


Can Colts Be Serious Threat to Titans in AFC South?

Greg Jennings and Ronde Barber break down the state of the AFC South and discuss which team can challenge the Titans. “It’s not Jacksonville and it’s likely not the Houston Texans, so it only comes down to the Indianapolis Colts,” said Barber.


Better Receiving Corps, Raiders or Cardinals?

Greg Jennings and Ronde Barber compare the receiving corps for the Las Vegas Raiders and Arizona Cardinals. As the teams head for a showdown in Week 2, the two analysts discuss consistency and overall talent as they pick their choices for the better group.


Atlanta Falcons Young Receivers Turning Heads

Analysts Greg Jennings and Ronde Barber discuss how the young receivers on the Atlanta Falcons stepped up this week against the New Orleans Saints. The duo raved about first-round picks Drake London and Kyle Pitts, their production in the Falcons’ offense, and their long-term projection with the team.


Expect Cooper Kupp Regression Year in 2022

Can Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp, coming off an NFL triple crown performance, repeat his amazing 2021 season? Greg Jennings, Marty Mornhinweg and Matt Cassel have a roundtable discussion on the topic, and one of them believes Kupp is in for a regression year.  

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