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Does anyone have any info on him? All I've found is this little blurb on Rotoworld:

Greg Jennings did not return for the second half of Sunday's win over the Saints after aggravating his groin injury.
There are no further details available. Jennings caught a nine-yard touchdown to pass James Lofton on the Packers' all-time receiving TD list, then promptly exited and did not return. He only played 13 snaps in the first half. The Packers play the Colts in Week 5. Jennings' status for that game is uncertain.


It looks like if Torrey Smith is healthy he'll be getting a start for me going against KC this coming week.
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I wouldn't even start worrying about it until Wed's injury report comes out.
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Craphead wrote:I wouldn't even start worrying about it until Wed's injury report comes out.


Well any time you hear that a WR aggravated a groin injury and was forced from this past week's game, that's bad news. Apparently last week they came out and said initially they thought it would possibly be a 4-week groin injury, but that got very little play. I wish I had known that a couple of weeks ago before I traded for him. :F
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Groin injuries are brutal for wideouts, they're stretching it to maximum capacity w/ the full strides they take. Aggravation is very, very common w/ em' and Jennings really shouldn't have played this week (although 1-2 going against the Saints, I can see the why the urgency to rush him back). I'd be a little worried if I owned him.
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And having to start Torrey isn't such a bad thing. Dude is beasting right now.
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illnoise80 wrote:And having to start Torrey isn't such a bad thing. Dude is beasting right now.


That is what I'm thinking as well. At least it might force me to play Smith. Should have played him the last 2 weeks!
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illnoise80 wrote:And having to start Torrey isn't such a bad thing. Dude is beasting right now.



^this.
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TheChamp wrote:Groin injuries are brutal for wideouts, they're stretching it to maximum capacity w/ the full strides they take. Aggravation is very, very common w/ em' and Jennings really shouldn't have played this week (although 1-2 going against the Saints, I can see the why the urgency to rush him back). I'd be a little worried if I owned him.

I know this little asian lady at this massage parlor that could help him out with this problem. It would solve all of our fantasy needs including Jennings.
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TheChamp wrote:Groin injuries are brutal for wideouts, they're stretching it to maximum capacity w/ the full strides they take. Aggravation is very, very common w/ em' and Jennings really shouldn't have played this week (although 1-2 going against the Saints, I can see the why the urgency to rush him back). I'd be a little worried if I owned him.


Yikes, as I feared:

Greg Jennings - WR - Packers

Packers coach Mike McCarthy says Greg Jennings "could not open up into a full stride" after aggravating his groin injury in Sunday's win, and that he's "back (to where he was a) couple weeks ago."
Source: Tyler Dunne on Twitter
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All systems go Mr. Cobb.

Prepare for lift-off.
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That would be great as I am a Cobb owner, but until he puts up points consistently I'm keeping him on my bench regardless of Jennings's status.
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hankrip wrote:All systems go Mr. Jones.

Prepare for lift-off.


Fixed that for you. It seems like the Packers see James Jones as the replacement when Jennings is out, not Cobb.
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hankrip wrote:All systems go Mr. Cobb.

Prepare for lift-off.


Fixed that for you. It seems like the Packers see James Jones as the replacement when Jennings is out, not Cobb.



Fixed it back for you.
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hankrip wrote:All systems go Mr. Cobb.

Prepare for lift-off.


Fixed that for you. It seems like the Packers see James Jones as the replacement when Jennings is out, not Cobb.



Fixed it back for you.


Jones replaced Jennings while Cobb fulfilled a completely different roll in the game on Sunday. Unless they split Cobb out wide, I don't see this benefiting Cobb as much as it benefits Jones. I'm not advocating people to go out and pick up Jones as I'm not a believer, but to suggest Jennings going down means a windfall for Cobb just doesn't seem accurate.
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The latest:
Greg Jennings conceded that he is open to shutting it down until his groin injury fully heals.

Jennings has pulled his groin twice in four weeks. He sounds on board with coach Mike McCarthy's suggestion that he should simply sit out in an effort to get healthy. "I would definitely err to the side of caution when it comes to something like this simply because if it's going to continue to be an issue, I'd rather take the time that I need to eliminate it altogether," Jennings said. We fully expect James Jones to start opposite Jordy Nelson against the Colts Sunday.
Source: Green Bay Press-Gazette Oct 2 - 8:50 AM


I'm officially worried.

Wish Jones was more consistent. Might be a sneaky play this week though.
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