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Greg Jennings might land with rival Minnesota Vikings

The Green Bay Packers have plenty of decisions to make on offense over the course of this winter.

Wide receiver Donald Driver has called it quits, tight end Jermichael Finley's future is hazy and Greg Jennings likely has caught his last pass from Aaron Rodgers.

NFL.com's Ian Rapoport told "NFL Total Access" on Wednesday he would "be surprised if Jennings returned to Green Bay," based on talks he's had with people around the league.

So what's next for the 29-year-old receiver?

Rapoport mentioned the Minnesota Vikings as a possible landing spot. Beyond adding intrigue to the annual Vikings-Packers wars, the addition of Jennings would give quarterback Christian Ponder a serious threat across from Percy Harvin.

But a move to the Packers' NFC North rival might not be Jennings' only option.

"In fact, one possibility for Jennings is going to (the Miami Dolphins) to play for his old (offensive cocordinator), Joe Philbin," Rapoport said.

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Rapoport noted that Jennings recently staged an interview with a Miami radio station, and said, "Hey, Joe, Remember me?"

Jennings isn't likely to command a premier contract after struggling through this season with a host of injuries, but his productive track record will garner attention. The Dolphins need targets for Ryan Tannehill, and Jennings is a known commodity for Philbin.

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