When Greg Jennings left Green Bay, he did not quietly go into the night.
Between refusing to refer to Aaron Rodgers by name and implying that Rodgers did not give him respect, Jennings hasn't been afraid to share his thoughts on his former team.
On Tuesday, The Star Tribune in Minneapolis teased an upcoming article that will further stoke the rivalry flames.
In what the Star Tribune describes as candid comments, Jennings says, regarding life as a Viking:
"It's not a free-for-all. There's structure. But there's liberty. You can breathe. It's like, 'OK, I can do my thing.' You know what you need to do, you get it done. Where as [in Green Bay], everything was more cookie-cutter....It's just different. In a good way. And not knocking what we did there. Because obviously it was successful. But here, no one's walking on egg shells."
Dan Wiederer from the Star Tribune follows the quote with, "Trust us. You'll want to check back in later this week for more thoughts Jennings had to share."
One thing is clear, Jennings was not happy in Green Bay, and he isn't afraid to tell anyone about it.