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"I don't know," Jennings said, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "We'll see. Obviously they're probably going to err on the side of gradually implementing me in there. If I had a say, I would just say just let me go. I'm good. There's no need for that.
"But I can't control that part of it. When my number gets called, I'm going to be ready to go."
Jennings has played in just three games in 2012 and missed the last seven in a row. He is returning from surgery on an abdominal tear.
"I feel great," Jennings said. "Been running pretty much all the scout team reps, feel really good as far as rapid-fire routes, even did some special teams running down the field on kickoff coverage and some punt return and different things.
"So I'm good as far as physically and my wind. It's just a matter of getting out there on Sunday."
A healthy Jennings is one of the top receivers in the NFL, so the Packers surely welcome him back. Jordy Nelson and James Jones have been relatively quite recently. Randall Cobb, however, has shined in Jennings' absence. The coaches have the task of working Jennings back in without losing that special niche Cobb has carved for himself.