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Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel believes the Packers would be "wise" to shop contract-year receiver Greg Jennings ahead of October's trade deadline. McGinn is perhaps the most respected beat writer in the country, and we wouldn't be at all surprised if GM Ted Thompson read his every written word. McGinn is "convinced" 2012 is Jennings' final year in Green Bay, and he'd fetch far more via trade than James Jones or Donald Driver. Per McGinn, extension talks with Jennings' agent have "gone nowhere," and "bringing back Jennings just isn't in the cards." McGinn suggests Jennings may target Larry Fitzgerald money ($16.1M annually), a figure the Packers can't afford. They might be able to get a high second-round pick from a receiver-desperate team like the Dolphins. what would you think about this, personally I like the idea of Jennings be one of our WR but I think it would be a bad move overall....

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