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Report: Jennings to sign with Vikings or Packers

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Alex Marvez of Fox Sports is reporting that free agent wide receiver Greg Jennings will re-sign with the Packers if he doesn't sign with the Vikings.

Rob Demovsky of the Green Bay Press-Gazzette was told that Jennings could return to Green Bay if he doesn't sign with another team by midnight.

NFL source just told me that if Jennings hasn't signed with another team by midnight, he could be back with the #Packers.

— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) March 12, 2013

The headline on Pro Football Talk's story insinuates that Minnesota already has an offer on the table for Jennings.

Just a few weeks ago Jennings was so convinced he wasn't returning to Lambeau that he put his Green Bay home up for sale.

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