Greg Jennings listed as probable, keeps solid fantasy value for Week 4

Greg Jennings (groin) is listed as probable for the Green Bay Packers. We break down the fantasy implications.

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings is listed as probable for Sunday's game with the New Orleans Saints. Jennings returned to the lineup on Monday night and gained 35 yards on six catches against Seattle. Jennings had missed the team's Week 2 win over Chicago because of a groin injury.

Fantasy Impact: Jennings has been a bit of a disappointment so far this season for fantasy owners. He hasn't been healthy and hasn't gained more than 35 yards in either of the two games that he did play. Sunday's matchup against New Orleans is a good one for Jennings and the Packers, who will face a New Orleans defense that hasn't really stopped anyone through the first three weeks. Jennings is a fringe No. 1 receiver in most formats this week.

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