Greg Jennings is very likely to hit free agency this offseason, and it's considered a real possibility that he will sign with a team other than the Green Bay Packers once he does. If you needed some fuel for that fire though, Realtor.com is reporting that Jennings has placed his De Pere, WI home up for sale.
Jennings has spent his entire seven-year career with the Packers, but his production has dropped off since 2010. After signing a four-year contract in 2009, Jennings posted strong numbers, with 1,113 receiving yards that season and then 1,265 receiving yards in 2010.
But in 2011, Jennings missed three games, and failed to reach the 1,000-yard mark, amassing just 949 yards (though he did have nine touchdowns). This past season, Jennings' contract paid him almost $7 million, yet he played in just eight games, catching 36 passes for 366 yards and four touchdowns.
Still, Jennings is expected to be highly coveted on the free agent market. The Packers likely are content to let him go if the asking price gets high, which it almost assuredly will. They will have to do what is best for the team, as noted by Acme Packing Company.
If you're interested in picking up his house, it can be had for the modest price of $525,000. That actually isn't as inflated a number as you might expect, but then again, it is De Pere, WI. It's a 15-minute drive from Lambeau Field, has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and 4,788 square feet of living space.
It's the home that Jennings purchased after being drafted in the second round out of Western Michigan. Clearly, he didn't feel the need to go overboard and buy another house once the big money started rolling in, but his place does have a putting green.
So there's that.