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Jennings looking healthy, sharp

Nov. 6, 2013
 
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The Packers are planning on having a sharp, effective Greg Jennings back in their receiving corps this week. Jennings missed the final three regular-season games because of a sprained MCL but has been back practicing the past two weeks, including taking part as a full participant this week. He appears to be running and cutting without problems, and during his layoff worked on catching skills so he wouldn't have much if any rust. "He was doing a lot of (catching) when he was rehabbing, but last week and this week he’s obviously done more as we get closer to the game," said Edgar Bennett, the Packers' receivers coach. "He’s shown everything to prove he’s ready to roll." All signs suggest Jennings sustained only a partial tear of the ligament. Usually a full tear takes six weeks for recovery, but Jennings might have been able to play in the regular-season finale, only three weeks after the injury, if it had been needed.

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