Veteran receiver Greg Jennings, who has played for the Packers and Vikings during a nine-year NFL career, will be playing in a considerably warmer climate in 2015.
Per a league source, Jennings has agreed to terms with the Dolphins. The deal is worth $8 million over two years.
Jennings had drawn interest from the Panthers, Jaguars, and Saints since being released by the Vikings.
In Miami, he fills the spot that was created when the Dolphins traded Mike Wallace to Minnesota. During a visit to PFT Live, Jennings explained that he hopes to serve as a mentor to younger players in the twilight years of his NFL career.
Jennings joins a depth chart that currently includes Jarvis Landry and Kenny Stills. The Dolphins also could be considering the selection of a receiver in the first round of the draft. Which could make for a crowded house at the position.