(WNFL) - Former Packers’ receiver Greg Jennings admits being a little too mouthy about his old team this spring, soon after he signed with Minnesota. He said he didn’t mean to hurt anyone’s feelings, and he was only quote, “razzing a little bit” with quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Jennings criticized Rodgers in the spring, refusing to call him by name and referring to him as “12.” Jennings later said the Packers brainwashed players into believing that other N-F-L organizations and their facilities are not nearly as good as what Green Bay has. Jennings will face the Packers on Sunday night in Minneapolis for the first time since the Pack refused to re-sign him in March. He spoke at length with Wisconsin reporters today. He said he still had respect for the Packer organization. Jennings said he embraced his role in Minnesota, but he said it’s been hard finding a rhythm with the Vikings’ ever-changing quarterbacks. Had he stayed with the Packers, Jennings said he would have overshadowed the team’s younger receivers – perhaps not giving them enough of a chance to grow and flourish. Jennings said he know the Packer receiving corps will grow, especially Randall Cobb once he returns in December.
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