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Greg Jennings Greg Jennings with the Packers No. 85     Green Bay Packers Wide receiver Personal information Date of birth: September 21, 1983 (1983-09-21) (age 27) Place of birth: Kalamazoo, Michigan Height: 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) Weight: 198 lb (90 kg) Career information College: Western Michigan NFL Draft: 2006 / Round: 2 / Pick: 52 Debuted in 2006 for the Green Bay Packers Career history Green Bay Packers (2006–present) Career highlights and awards 2006 NFL All Rookie team Led Packers in receiving touchdowns in 2007 Pro Bowl selection (2010) Super Bowl Champion (XLV) Career NFL statistics as of 2010 Receptions     322 Receiving yards     5,222 Receiving touchdowns     40 Stats at NFL.com Gregory Jennings, Jr. (born September 21, 1983 in Kalamazoo, Michigan) is a professional American football wide receiver for the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League. He was drafted out of Western Michigan University in the second round, 52nd overall, of the 2006 NFL Draft. Contents 1 High school career 2 College career 3 Professional career 3.1 Green Bay 3.2 Regular season statistics 3.3 Playoff statistics 4 Acting career 5 Family 6 References 7 External links High school career Jennings attended Kalamazoo Central High School where he was all conference in three sports—football, basketball and track. Jennings played wide receiver, running back, outside linebacker and defensive back as a three-time letterman for the football team. He was listed 11th on the "Fab 50" rankings of the Detroit Free Press as a senior.[1] Jennings finished seventh in voting for Mr. Basketball of Michigan in 2000–01[2] and scored a school record 50 points in a losing effort against Benton Harbor as a senior.[1] College career Greg Jennings attended Western Michigan University. He finished his career there with 238 receptions for 3539 yards and 39 touchdowns. Jennings was a red-shirt freshman. He missed 8 games due to a broken ankle bone. In the 8 games he did play, he caught 10 passes for 138 yards. In 2003, he was second on the Broncos with 56 catches for 1,050 yards and 14 touchdowns. He finished the 2003 season with 1,734 all-purpose yards. He was named to the second team All-Mid American team. In 2004, he led the Broncos with 74 catches for 1,092 yards and 11 touchdowns. He tallied 1,415 all-purpose yards. He was named to the All-MAC team. In 2005, he had 98 catches, and led the nation in catches per game, with 8.91. He had 1,259 yards with 14 touchdowns, and earned the 2005 MAC Offensive Player of the Year Award. His 5,093 all-purpose yards is a WMU record, and ranks 8th in MAC history. Jennings became only the 11th player to gain over 1,000 yards in at least three seasons of a college career.[3] Jennings graduated from WMU in 2010 after completing the 16 credits he needed through "self-instructional" classes.[4] Professional career Green Bay The Green Bay Packers drafted Jennings in the 2nd round (52nd pick overall) of the 2006 NFL draft. Jennings signed to a four-year contract on July 25, 2006. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported the deal was worth $2.85 million, including a $1.24 million signing bonus. Jennings was named the starting wide receiver, along with Donald Driver, which put Robert Ferguson in the slot, for his first professional regular season game Green Bay Packers by head coach Mike McCarthy on September 2, 2006. Jennings led the NFL in receiving yardage during the 2006 preseason. He had 1 catch for 5 yards in his first game. On September 24, 2006, he caught a 75-yard TD pass from Brett Favre against the Detroit Lions. It was Favre's 400th TD pass for his career, a milestone reached only by Favre and Dan Marino. This was also Jennings' first 100-plus yard game, as he finished with 3 catches, 101 yds and 1 touchdown. Jennings was voted NFL Rookie of the Week for games played September 24–25, 2006, the only time he received this honor. Jennings was also named to the NFL All Rookie team at the end of the season. On September 23, 2007, Jennings caught a game-winning 57-yard TD pass from Favre with less than two minutes to play to help beat the San Diego Chargers 31–24 at Lambeau Field and improve the team's record to 3–0 in 2007. This was Jennings' 1st touchdown catch in 2007, as well as Favre's 420th career touchdown pass, tying him with Dan Marino for the most TD passes in NFL history. A week later on September 30, 2007, during a 23–16 victory over the Minnesota Vikings, Jennings caught a 16-yard pass from Brett Favre that opened the scoring 10 minutes into the first quarter, and broke the all-time touchdown pass record Favre had shared with Dan Marino.[5] On October 29, 2007, Jennings caught an 82-yard touchdown pass from Favre to defeat the Denver Broncos 19–13 in overtime, tying him for the second longest overtime touchdown in NFL history. Then the following week, he caught the game-winning touchdown pass that went for 60 yards to beat the Chiefs in Kansas City. Against the Cowboys on November 29, 2007, in a game broadcast on the NFL network, Jennings hauled in the first ever touchdown pass by quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Jennings and running back Ryan Grant each had a touchdown during a 33–14 victory over the St. Louis Rams on December 16, 2007, making it the first time two Packers players have each scored a touchdown in the same four consecutive games.[6] Jennings collected 80 receptions for 1292 yards and 9 touchdowns in the 2008 season. On June 23, 2009 Jennings received a new three year extension which will pay him $26.35 million and includes $16M guaranteed. It also includes a $11.25 million signing bonus.[7] Jennings caught another game winning pass on September 13, 2009 to defeat the Chicago Bears in the season opener. Aaron Rodgers hit Jennings down the middle for a 50 yard score with less than two minutes in regulation.[8] In the Packers 2009 Wild Card game against the Arizona Cardinals, Jennings had 8 receptions for 130 yards, scoring 1 touchdown. He has spent his entire career with the Packers. In Super Bowl XLV, on February 6, 2011, Jennings caught four passes for 64 yards and scored two touchdowns in the Packers' 31–25 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers.[9][10] Regular season statistics Season Team G GS Rec Yds Avg Long TDs 2006 Green Bay Packers 14 11 45 632 14.0 75 3 2007 Green Bay Packers 13 13 53 920 17.4 82 12 2008 Green Bay Packers 16 15 80 1,292 16.2 63 9 2009 Green Bay Packers 16 13 68 1,113 16.4 83 4 2010 Green Bay Packers 16 16 76 1,265 16.6 86 12 Total 75 68 322 5,222 16.2 86 40 Playoff statistics Year Team G GS Rec Yds Avg TDs 2007–08 Green Bay Packers 2 2 7 85 12.1 2 2009–10 Green Bay Packers 1 1 8 130 16.3 1 2010–11 Green Bay Packers 4 4 21 303 14.4 2 Total 7 7 36 518 14.3 5 Acting career On May 5, 2010, Jennings made an appearance on the CBS prime time hit show Criminal Minds. He portrayed a lab technician working at a crime scene.[11] Jennings is also in discussions to appear on BET's The Game.[12] Family Greg Jennings is married to his wife Nicole, also of Kalamazoo, and they have three daughters named Amya, Alea and Ayva.[13] References ^ a b Greg Jennings Profile at Greg Jennings official website (retrieved December 7, 2010). ^ Hal Schram Mr. Basketball at Michigan High School Basketball Record Book (accessed December 7, 2010). ^ Green Bay Packers bio for Greg Jennings (accessed December 7, 2010). ^ Golston, Hilary. "Packers WR Jennings graduates, set to make TV debut on CBS show". WFRV-TV. http://www.wfrv.com/sports/92841499.html. Retrieved 2011-01-06  ^ Pasquarelli, Len. "Favre audibles to a record-setting performance". ESPN.com. http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/columns/story?columnist=pasquarelli_len&id=3044037. Retrieved 2007-10-01  ^ Goska, Eric. "Eric Goska column: Grant-Jennings scoring streak sets team record". Packersnews.com. http://www.packersnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071217/PKR07/712170567/1989. Retrieved 2007-12-17.  ^ Sources: Jennings close to extension ESPN, June 23, 2009 ^ Game Review: Clutch In Crunch Time To Beat Bears Packers.com, September 14, 2009 ^ ESPN Super Bowl Box Score ^ Layden, Tim (February 14, 2011). "Green And Golden: Behind the poise and precision of quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the gutsy contributions of a host of role players, the Packers burnished their championship legacy with a memorable 31--25 victory over Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XLV". Sports Illustrated. Time Inc.. http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vault/article/magazine/MAG1181765/index.htm. Retrieved 2011-02-11.  ^ Packers Greg Jennings on Criminal Minds TerezOwens, May 11, 2010 ^ Greg Jennings in prime time Wednesday ESPN, May 5, 2010 ^ Nicole Jennings Endowment Benefits Nursing Students WMU Foundation (retrieved February 7, 2011) External links Greg Jennings Official website Greg Jennings on Twitter Greg Jennings on Facebook Green Bay Packers bio Pro Football Reference stats v · d · eGreen Bay Packers current roster Active roster 2 Mason Crosby | 6 Graham Harrell | 8 Tim Masthay | 10 Matt Flynn | 12 Aaron Rodgers | 16 Brett Swain | 20 Atari Bigby | 21 Charles Woodson | 22 Pat Lee | 23 Dimitri Nance | 24 Jarrett Bush | 26 Charlie Peprah | 27 Anthony Smith | 28 Brandon Underwood | 30 John Kuhn | 32 Brandon Jackson | 35 Korey Hall | 36 Nick Collins | 37 Sam Shields | 38 Tramon Williams | 41 Spencer Havner  | 44 James Starks | 45 Quinn Johnson | 47 Diyral Briggs | 50 A. J. Hawk | 52 Clay Matthews | 54 Brandon Chillar | 55 Desmond Bishop | 57 Matt Wilhelm | 58 Frank Zombo | 61 Brett Goode | 63 Scott Wells | 67 Nick McDonald | 70 T. J. Lang | 71 Josh Sitton | 72 Jason Spitz | 73 Daryn Colledge | 74 Marshall Newhouse | 75 Bryan Bulaga | 76 Chad Clifton | 77 Cullen Jenkins | 79 Ryan Pickett | 80 Donald Driver | 81 Andrew Quarless | 83 Tom Crabtree | 85 Greg Jennings | 87 Jordy Nelson | 89 James Jones | 90 B. J. Raji | 93 Erik Walden | 94 Jarius Wynn | 95 Howard Green | 98 C. J. Wilson Practice squad 11 Chastin West | 34 Anthony Levine | 40 Josh Gordy | 68 Jay Ross | 69 Chris Campbell Reserve lists 25 Ryan Grant (IR) | 29 Derrick Martin (IR) | 42 Morgan Burnett (IR) | 51 Brady Poppinga (IR) | 56 Nick Barnett (IR) | 59 Brad Jones (IR) | 60 Aleric Mullins (Did Not Report) | 65 Mark Tauscher (IR)  | 88 Jermichael Finley (IR) | 91 Justin Harrell (IR) | 96 Mike Neal (IR) | 97 Johnny Jolly (Susp.) | -- Josh Bell (IR) v · d · eGreen Bay Packers 2006 NFL Draft selections A. J. Hawk • Daryn Colledge • Greg Jennings • Abdul Hodge • Jason Spitz • Cory Rodgers • Will Blackmon • Ingle Martin • Tony Moll • Johnny Jolly • Tyrone Culver • Dave Tollefson v · d · eGreen Bay Packers Super Bowl XLV Champions - Josh Bell (IR) | 2 Mason Crosby | 6 Graham Harrell | 8 Tim Masthay | 10 Matt Flynn | 11 Chastin West | 12 Aaron Rodgers (MVP) | 16 Brett Swain | 17 Antonio Robinson | 20 Atari Bigby | 21 Charles Woodson | 22 Pat Lee | 23 Dimitri Nance | 24 Jarrett Bush | 25 Ryan Grant | 26 Charlie Peprah | 27 Anthony Smith | 28 Brandon Underwood | 29 Derrick Martin | 30 John Kuhn | 32 Brandon Jackson | 34 Anthony Levine | 35 Korey Hall | 36 Nick Collins | 37 Sam Shields | 38 Tramon Williams | 40 Josh Gordy | 41 Spencer Havner | 42 Morgan Burnett | 43 Michael Greco | 44 James Starks | 45 Quinn Johnson | 48 Cardia Jackson | 49 Robert Francois | 50 A. J. Hawk | 51 Brady Poppinga | 52 Clay Matthews III | 53 Diyral Briggs | 54 Brandon Chillar | 55 Desmond Bishop | 56 Nick Barnett | 57 Matt Wilhelm | 58 Frank Zombo | 59 Brad Jones | 60 Curtis Young | 61 Brett Goode | 62 Evan Dietrich-Smith | 63 Scott Wells | 64 Adrian Battles | 65 Mark Tauscher | 67 Nick McDonald | 68 Jay Ross | 69 Chris Campbell | 70 T. J. Lang | 71 Josh Sitton | 72 Jason Spitz | 73 Daryn Colledge | 74 Marshall Newhouse | 75 Bryan Bulaga | 76 Chad Clifton | 77 Cullen Jenkins | 79 Ryan Pickett | 80 Donald Driver | 81 Andrew Quarless | 83 Tom Crabtree | 85 Greg Jennings | 86 Donald Lee | 87 Jordy Nelson | 88 Jermichael Finley | 89 James Jones | 90 B. J. Raji | 91 Justin Harrell | 93 Erik Walden | 94 Jarius Wynn | 95 Howard Green | 96 Mike Neal | 98 C. J. Wilson Head Coach: Mike McCarthy Coaches: Edgar Bennett | James Campen | Dom Capers | Tom Clements | Jerry Fontenot | Kevin Greene | Thadeus Jackson | Mark Lovat | Ben McAdoo | Scott McCurley | Chad Morton | Winston Moss | Darren Perry | Joe Philbin | Dave Redding | Jimmy Robinson | John Rushing | Shawn Slocum | Mike Trgovac | Joe Whitt, Jr. Persondata Name Jennings, Greg Alternative names Short description Date of birth September 21, 1983 Place of birth Kalamazoo, Michigan Date of death Place of death