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WR Jennings signs five-year deal with Vikings

WR Jennings signs five-year deal with Vikings

Former Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings signed a five-year deal with the Minnesota Vikings, the team announced Friday.
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  • Packers get around to A.J. Hawk's contract

    Packers get around to A.J. Hawk's contract

    It appears the Green Bay Packers have now addressed two of the three major salary-cap issues they faced when the offseason began. Last month, they released defensive back Charles Woodson rather than absorb his $10 million cap figure. On Friday, accordin…
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  • Packers keep Robert Francois

    Packers keep Robert Francois

    profootballtalk.com Mar 15, 2013
    Restricted free agent linebacker Robert Francois wanted to stay with the Packers, and he will. Francois has signed a one-year contract to stay in Green Bay, a league source tells PFT. The 2013 season will be Francois’s fourth with the Packers. He initia
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  • Brad Jones visiting Titans

    Brad Jones visiting Titans

    profootballtalk.com Mar 15, 2013
    The Titans have already spent $88.5 million on free agents and they aren’t done trying to find more players to take their cash. Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports that linebacker Brad Jones is visiting the Titans on Friday. Jones started 10 games for t
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  • Video - Source: Greg Jennings Agrees With Vikings 02:18

    Source: Greg Jennings Agrees With Vikings

    Mar 15
    Source: Greg Jennings reaches five-year agreement with Vikings.

Sports Columnists

  • 2013 NFL Free Agency -- The six million dollar men

    Mar 15
    Free agency in 2013 has been fast and furious, with big deals, lots of cuts and new coaches making multiple moves, writes John Clayton.
  • Chadiha: Pressure on Matt Ryan grows

    Mar 15
    The Falcons have given Matt Ryan a championship-caliber supporting cast. Now it's up to him to produce.