Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings could be preparing to play his final regular-season home game at Lambeau Field. Jennings, 29, will be a free agent in the offseason and reportedly has had no talks with the team about a contract extension. Jennings, who had four catches for 50 yards in Week 15, said Wednesday (via The Green Bay Press Gazette) that it was a "real possibility" that he would not be back with the team in 2013.
Jennings missed half of the season because of a torn abdominal muscle that required surgery and has also had to watch younger receivers like Randall Cobb and James Jones thrive in the offense. The Packers host the Tennessee Titans in Week 16 and are guaranteed at least one home playoff game.
Fantasy Impact: Where Jennings plays next season will be interesting to fantasy owners but he likely won't be in a lot of fantasy lineups this weekend.
Jennings appears to have been passed over for Cobb and Jones and should only be considered a No. 3 wide receiver or flex play for Week 16.