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Jennings says surgery 'went well'

Nov. 1, 2012
 

Greg Jennings on Thursday had surgery to repair a rectus abdominal tear, a procedure that generally requires three to six weeks of recovery time.

Jennings' procedure was done by a specialist in Philadelphia, and today the Packers receiver tweeted that "surgery went well tweeps!!" along with a picture of himself, presumably from after the procedure: https://twitter.com/GregJennings/status/264062752224575488/photo/1

Coach Mike McCarthy didn't give a window of Jennings' expected return, though he has said the surgery is not season ending.

"A couple weeks is probably going to be the minimum that he would be back, was communicated to me by the medical staff," McCarthy said. "The procedure went very well."

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