Packers' Jennings on the possibility of playing for Minnesota: 'Whatever would be the right fit'
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GREEN BAY - Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings appeared on the NFL network Wednesday to talk about his future with the team. According to Tyler Dunne with the Journal Sentinel, he told "Total Access" he could very possibly leave Green Bay, very soon.
He was asked first if the rumors were true that he had put his Green Bay home up for sale.
“Very true, very true," Jennings answered. "I’m one that tries to prepare and my family has to come first. I have to make sure I’m doing the things as a father and as a husband that I need to do. Everything will work itself out.”
Green Bay fans have speculated whether, even if he goes to play somewhere else, if Jennings would consider playing for Minnesota. In the interview, he erases any doubts.
“Honestly, it’s one of those situations where like I said, it’s a business," he answered. "So it’s pretty much whatever would be the right fit for myself as well as my family as far as living accommodations, that’s where we’re going to end up…Absolutely. All other 31 teams are an option when it comes to being able to have an occupation and play the game I love to play.”
He did say he would consider Green Bay if they offered him another contract.
"I’m open to all options," he said. "Obviously Green Bay being one of those options as well.”