After the Packers lost to the 49ers in the playoffs, wide receiver Greg Jennings said that he was unsure whether he would be back with the team in 2013 and that he was “ready to move wherever” as a free agent.
The second half is feeling a bit more true than the first at the moment. Jennings could still return to the Packers, but he’s feeling confident enough that he’ll be moving “wherever” that he’s put his Wisconsin house on the market.
The five-bedroom, five-bathroom house in De Pere, Wisconsin is listed at $525,000 and comes with plenty of bells and whistles. There’s a putting green, a theater room and 4,788 square feet of living space in the home Jennings bought shortly after joining the Packers as a second-round pick in 2006.
Since then, Jennings has caught 425 passes for 6,537 yards and 53 touchdowns, but there were increasing signs over the course of the season that his run in Green Bay has reached its end. Jennings struggled to get healthy after an early-season groin injury and the Packers offense showed that it could be plenty productive with Randall Cobb, James Jones and Jordy Nelson playing the lead roles in the passing game. Jennings said at one point during the season that he didn’t expect to be back and his real estate decision suggests nothing’s changed on that front.