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Jennings Puts De Pere, WI Home Up for Sale

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Jennings Puts De Pere, WI Home Up for Sale

Take it for what it's worth, but Green Bay Packers receiver Greg Jennings has put his home in De Pere, WI up for sale.

Jennings' five-bedroom, five-bath estate is reportedly on the market for an asking price of $525,000. The property includes .37 acres and 4,788 square feet of living space.

According to, the home is located just 15 minutes from Lambeau Field.

An upcoming unrestricted free agent, Jennings is widely expected to leave Green Bay this spring. The Packers are not considered to be strong candidates to bring him back.

Over seven seasons in Green Bay, Jennings caught 425 passes for 6,537 yards and 53 touchdowns. He was a second round pick (52nd overall) of the Packers in the 2006 NFL draft out of Western Michigan.

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Frank Rizzo's picture

Will be very sad to see #85 gone.

I hope his big mouthed sister can visit him in Cleveland or Buffalo, see what those QB's are like.

Kevin VG's picture

If Jennings leaves, how much money will the Vikings throw at him? With that said, I hope Jennings resigns with the Pack!

bleedsgreen's picture

Sigh…. Going to have trouble saying goodbye to Greg. His excellent touchdown catch and dagger-like third down catch in the 4th quarter were critical towards putting away the Steelers in the Super Bowl.

FITZCORE 1252'S EVO's picture

Well, we knew this was coming, good luck with your new shitty team and QB! I blame Obama. :-)


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dawg's picture

This story has turned into a strange brew.
The old Jennings will be missed, BUT if he's a cancer on the team, kick the door down and showem the way, good luck man!

Kt's picture

I have felt like the packers were a little small at wide receiver and replacing Jennings with Cobb is one step toward getting smaller.

TommyG's picture

Letting this big WR go will not be a benefit to our team. If we keep getting smaller at that position we are going to look like the lowly Raiders, with track stars running all over the place and not catching a darn thing.

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