Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings appears to be ready to move on.
Jennings has placed his Green Bay area home up for sale, Weston Hodkiewicz of the Green Bay Press Gazette reports, this according to Neal J. Leitereg from Realtor.com.
It’s the same 4,788-square foot home he purchased in 2006 shortly after being selected in the second round by the Packers, whom he played the past seven seasons for.
Jennings compiled 6,537 yards and 53 touchdowns during that stretch, but both sides appear ready to part company with the team opting to not extend Jennings’ deal this season.
Speaking with reporters during the final media availability two weeks ago, Jennings also seemed at peace with finding a new NFL home after signing a three-year extension to stay in Green Bay in 2009.
“At the end of the day, you know the Packers are going to do what’s best for the Packers,” said Jennings, who played only eight games this season because of a core muscle injury. “And that’s not going to change whether you’re No. 4, No. 80, No. 85, No. 77 (Cullen Jenkins). That’s going to be the case.
“They’re going to do what’s best for the Packers and the organization. And as the other half of the businessman sitting down at that table, I have to do what’s best for myself and my family.