Greg Jennings injury update: Fantasy value improving with questionable status

Greg Jennings is closer to returning to the lineup than he has been all season. He's a risky fantasy option this week, but his value is improving every week.

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings is officially listed as questionable on the team's injury report for Sunday's game against the New York Giants.

Jennings has been dealing with groin and abdomen injuries throughout the 2012 season. He was a limited participant in practice all week long. It's unknown whether he will play on Sunday, but he's closer to playing than he has been in a long time.

Fantasy Impact: Fantasy owners who spent an early draft pick on Greg Jennings have to be disappointed with the injury issues he has had this season. He is close to returning, however, so he may provide some production down the stretch of the fantasy season.

If he plays on Sunday, he is a huge risk. He hasn't played in months. That being said, the Giants present a nice matchup if he's remotely healthy.

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