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Jennings visits Vikings; Jackson chooses AtlantaSubmitted: 03/14/2013
Story By Joe Dufek

GREEN BAY - Wednesday, Packers Wide Receiver Greg Jennings tweeted the word "Patience". Now we know why.

On Thursday the unrestricted free agent made a visit to the Twin Cities to meet with the Minnesota Vikings.

It seems it's down to those two teams for Jennings. The Packers have offered him 10-million bucks per year.

Reports late Thursday night say Jennings had dinner with members of the Vikings organization. No word on how much the Vikings have offered, however they are expected to meet again on Friday.


Meanwhile Rams running back Steven Jackson signed a three-year deal with the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday.

Reports on Wednesday said the Packers and Jackson were negotiating a three-year contract. However after voiding his current deal with St. Louis - he had Georgia on his mind.


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