"Will I be here? That's totally up to the Packers," Jennings said Tuesday on "NFL AM." "I know one way I don't want to be here is under a franchise tag."
Jennings will turn 30-years-old in September and his next deal will likely be his last lucrative, long-term contract. The last thing he wants is the tag and to have to do this all over again after the 2013 season - when he's a year older.
"He just has to get himself out of it, there's nothing we as players can do because there's no other player on this team that kicks the ball," Jennings said. "As a receiver or any other position you have someone you can kind of confide in. Mason just has his specialists and none of those guys actually kick field goals. It's difficult because no one actually knows what he's doing wrong and it's only fixable by Mason.
"All we can do is sit back and encourage him, but it's hard when you continue to have those big misses. As an offense we feel like we just have to put the ball in the end zone until he regains his confidence."