GREEN BAY, WI (WSAU) Green Bay Packers’ receiver Greg Jennings might get a lot of playing time on Sunday against Minnesota, based on how he’s been performing at practice this week. Offensive coordinator Tom Clements said Jennings “looks good” after his recent surgery to fix a torn abdominal muscle. Clements said the veteran receiver is moving around well, and he appears to be in good shape.
Jennings has not played since September 30th, and he says he does not want to be held back in his return against the Vikings.
Meanwhile, the Packers say their running game will be left on the shoulders of Alex Green and James Starks. That’s after veteran Cedric Benson had season-ending surgery Wednesday on the Lisfranc injury in his left foot, suffered October seventh at Indianapolis.
DuJuan Harris has been performing well on Green Bay’s practice squad – and it’s possible that he could get a roster spot, with running back Johnny White out with a concussion. Harris said he didn’t know if he was being considered.