Report: Jennings dines with Vikings, 'serious' contract talks Friday

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Packers free agent wide receiver Greg Jennings is reportedly in Minnesota and he's dining with members of the Vikings. WCCO's Mark Rosen reports that contract talks won't begin with Jennings until Friday.

Before dining with Greg Jennings, GM Rick Spielman told me they want to make sure it's a good fit for both sides, talks tomorrow

— Mark Rosen (@WCCORosen) March 15, 2013

Leslie Frazier, Bill Musgrave and Jared Allen also at dinner with Jennings.
— Mark Rosen (@WCCORosen) March 15, 2013

Jared Allen, Rick Spielman, George Paton and Leslie Frazier among those having dinner with Greg Jennings in Minneapolis. #Vikings
— Ben Goessling (@BenGoesslingPP) March 15, 2013

Spielman wouldn't say if Vikings are making a can't-leave-town-without-a-contract play. "We'll have to see how the business side works out."
— Ben Goessling (@BenGoesslingPP) March 15, 2013

if @gregjennings wife orders fish, GM should say"give a lady fish, eat for day. teach her how to fish she'll eat & w hubby we'll win 4ever"

— Paul Allen(@PAKFANVikes) March 15, 2013

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