Greg Jennings has been an integral part of the Green Bay Packers passing attack since 2006, but it’s beginning to appear as if the explosive receiver may be on the way out. According to a recent real estate listing, Jennings has put his 4,788 square foot home on the market for sale. Here are details from realtor.com’s Neal J. Leitereg via ProFootballZone:
Property records indicate that No.85 purchased the home in 2006 shortly after being drafted 52nd overall out of Western Michigan. Just a 15-minute drive away from Lambeau Field, Jennings’ home offers 4,788 square feet of living space with five bedrooms and five baths. Recent updates saw the addition of a spacious master suite with hardwood floors, which features a spiral stairway leading to a walk-in closet and spa-like master bath, while a spacious lower level boasts a large family room with a built-in bar, putting green and theater room.
Small personal theater and indoor putting range? Not bad for $525,000. Jennings is set to become a free agent on March 12 and he will have a number of suitors willing to pay him top dollar, so his days with the Packers are numbered.
For his career, the 29-year old Jennings has caught 425 passes for 6,537 yards and 53 touchdowns in seven seasons.
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