Former Packers WR Greg Jennings retires after 10 seasons

Greg Jennings was a big staple in the Green Bay Packers’ success from 2006-2012 before leaving to play for NFC North rival the Minnesota Vikings and eventually the Miami Dolphins.

Now, after ten seasons in the NFL, he has decided to call it a career.

Jennings was drafted by the Packers in the second round of the 2006 NFL Draft and was a big part for the team for seven years. He has become one of the many players to announce a retirement this offseason, joining Peyton Manning, Charles Woodson and Jared Allen among others.

And another notable retirement: former Packers, Vikings, Dolphins WR Greg Jennings hangs up his cleats. Strong run.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 25, 2016

During his career in the NFL, Greg Jennings recorded 571 receptions for 8,291 yards and 64 touchdowns. He recorded over 6,500 of his yards and 53 scores with the Packers, making two Pro Bowls and helping them to their fourth Lombardi Trophy in 2010.

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