Greg Jennings (Packers Alum #85)
CAREER: Sixth-year wideout whose accomplishments continue to put him among the elite in franchise history…This past season, earned his first Pro Bowl bid and became just the fifth player in team annals to post three consecutive 1,000-yard receiving seasons, joining James Lofton, Sterling Sharpe, Antonio Freeman and teammate Donald Driver…Showed how dominant a player he can be in 2010, compiling 761 receiving yards and eight touchdowns over a seven-game stretch after the passing game lost TE Jermichael Finley to a season-ending knee injury in Week 5…Went on to post 1,082 receiving yards from Week 6 through the end of the regular season, a 98.4-yards-per-game average that ranked No. 1 in the NFL over that span
- One of just five receivers in team history to post three consecutive 1,000-yard seasons and one of only four to catch 12 touchdown passes in two different years.
- Ranks in the top 10 in franchise history in receiving yards (10th, 5,222), receptions (t-9th, 322) and touchdown catches (t-8th, 40).
- Leads the NFL with 27 catches of 40-plus yards over the past four seasons, and his career 31.5-yard average per TD reception ranks second among active players (min. 20 TD catches).
- His 3,670 receiving yards over the past three seasons and his 37 TD receptions over the past four years both rank fourth in the league over those spans.
- Has caught a pass in 74 of 75 games played for the Packers (81 of 82 including playoffs).
- Posted career highs in receptions (80) and receiving yards (1,292) in 2008 and nearly matched those totals in 2010 (76-1,265) as he earned his first Pro Bowl bid.
- Caught Brett Favre’s 400th, 420th and 421st TD passes in 2006-07 as the future Hall of Fame QB chased, matched and surpassed Dan Marino’s career record for TD passes.
- Led the nation in receptions per game (8.91) in his 2005 senior season at Western Michigan.
- Became the first Mid-American Conference player to earn league MVP and Offensive Player of the Year recognition in the same season since Randy Moss of Marshall did so in 1997.
- Attended the same high school (Kalamazoo Central) as N.Y. Yankees superstar Derek Jeter; joins Jeter and former NFL RB T.J. Duckett as three of the top athletes ever to come out of Kalamazoo, Mich.