Greg Jennings was on ESPN this morning; Here is the gist of what he said (sorry if I forgot anything, I was trying to jot all of this down while listening): He said that he isn't necessarily done as a Packer (but he sold his house and he isn't going to say right now that he's leaving anyway). He said that as much as he is a Packer, he is a businessman as well, and he wants to do what is best for himself and his family. He also said that he is embracing the opportunity to leave because there are a lot of great organizations out there, but also because he "has to" embrace is. He also eluded to the Packers putting him in that position. My guess is that he gave them a number, and they rejected it. He also talked briefly about how strange it would be going into that locker room next season and not seeing Donald Driver. All in all, he talked a lot and told us nothing, but until the season is done, he can't talk about it anyway. He spoke a few times about the opportunity to leave, and the "excitement" about determining his future (in quotations because he eluded to it more then said it directly, but you could tell that's what he meant). I think the only thing we can assume for sure is that his time in Green Bay is done, whether he says it or not. All we can hope for is that we bring him a deal that satisfies his needs.