After a very productive career, veteran wide receiver Greg Jennings has decided to retire after 10 NFL seasons. Jennings made the most of a career that began with him being taken in the second round in 2006, relatively unknown out of Western Michigan.
The bulk of his fame came while playing in Green Bay (catching passes from both Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers), where he was widely regarded as one of the best targets in the game. He would eventually round out his career with stops in Minnesota and Miami, where he was recently released.
The 32-year-old broke the news today on YouTube: